As everyone walked into the cool night air, Mulan found the strength to talk about her heartbreaking experience. "We told our Những người bạn and family. We didn't want to tell anybody else." she said. "We should've đã đưa ý kiến something to bạn guys alot sooner." Shang replied. "You waited until the time was right." Pocahontas consoled. "I'm glad we took the tots with us. They've made this walk even thêm enjoyable." John added. Mace and Ping were amazed at the nature all around them. Their faces lit up as they saw trees ans riverbends.
As the gang got near the infamous cliff Pocahontas loved going to, Mulan, Shang, and Merida couldn't believe their eyes. "Oh my chopsticks!" Mulan gasped. "How come bạn guys never showed us this before?" Shang asked. "We wanted to wait and get a chance to really know you." Pocahontas answered. "Pocahontas used to even jump off this old thing." John pointed out. "Wait a second. Pocahontas jumped...off of here?" Merida asked. "Not often, but I did." Pocahontas answered. "Oh, bạn did it quite often." John playfully fought back. "It's a miracle bạn didn't get killed!" Shang remarked. Pocahontas and John just laughed.
Mace and Ping were sitting on the edge of the cliff looking out at the night sky. They stared at the moon and the stars for the longest time. Even though they were perfectly still, Pocahontas and Mulan still kept watchful eyes on them. "They'll never remember this, but we will." John said. "And we'll remind them of this beauty when they're older." Pocahontas replied. This walk REALLY helped Mulan. It was almost therapeutic for her. The same went for Shang.
"I'm glad we went on this walk. It really rejuvenated us." he said. "I needed it." Mulan added. Little beknownst to the rest of the gang, Merida walked afew steps away from the cliff with a pencil and paper and began nghề viết văn a letter to her mom. She KNEW she had to tell The Queen everything personal she endured, especially the leg infection. *Even though I'm in adulthood now, mom is always going to worry about me.* she thought. She even explained how she realized Queen Elsa wasn't a bad person at all. Even forgiving Rapunzel was mentioned! Merida got done nghề viết văn the letter, folded it up in her bag, and went back to tham gia her friends.
"Where were you?" Mulan asked. "Oh, I had some things I needed to take care of." Merida answered. Although not thinking much else about it, Mulan, along with Pocahontas, couldn't help but wonder. The em bé trotted away from the cliff carefully. This amazed John. "Mace is only 6 months old, and he's a smart fellow already!" he said. "I was going to say that about Ping!" Shang added.
Pocahontas and Mulan grabbed their sons and placed them in their arms. Merida couldn't help but smile. Nobody knew this, not even Mulan, Shang, Pocahontas, hoặc John. This secret was as top-secret as it got and it had to stay that way. The secret, bạn may ask? Merida wanted children. Yes, you're probably thinking "That's totally unlike her!", but she did. She realized how much she wanted children when Ping was born. Of course, she wanted some when she was older, responsible/mature enough, and married. Besides, she was happy with Mace being her godson.
"You OK?" Shang asked. Merida cleared her throat. "I'm fine. Just thinkin'." she answered. "They say timing is everything. I'd like to believe that, but I don't." Shang said. Shang didn't really have time to believe what others thought. "I think that's because you're addicted to your job right now." Merida joked. Shang laughed. Merida put a hand on his shoulder. "You'll understand what they mean one day." she đã đưa ý kiến getting serious. Shang wrapped an arm around her and the two stared out into the ever so lovely Virginia night sky.