Raising her eyebrows, Hazel tilted her head slightly and lifted a faint smile on the corner of her lips. “I’m fine, thank you… Just having rough work lately.” Well, she didn’t exactly have work but it was all the same to her.. She blinked her eyes surprised to hear his name. It was like being hitted on the back of her head, she stared him eyes wide open. “Thor? As in god of thunder?” She shook her head in disbelief. “I always thought god of thunder to be huge and fierce, and scary. But you’re just..” Chuckle. “Kind.”
Sighing at her question he nodded. “Yes that’s me, not much Thunder God in me right now.” Sighing and shrugging he looked down at the ground. “Well I’m quite big you know, never been fierce or scary wouldn’t really want to be.” Smiles at her. “I’ve always tried to be kind, but well right now I’m not really very good company. I’m not so happy you see, just sort of sad and lonely really.”
Hazel stood there confused, remembering stories her mom had told her about the god of thunder, and all he had done, but… This guy.. He didn’t seem scary at all. Should she be dissapointed or relieved? Hazel smiled nervously, since she had no skills of cheering people up. She could listen though..
“What happened that made you sad? I didn’t know gods can be sad too, like we mortals. Would you like to talk about it?”