It’s Mother’s Day and the first thing Kara sees when she walks into Lena’s office to check up on her is dozens of different bouquets and every available surface.
Which would be normal if Lena had a normal relationship with her mother. And if the bouquets were the really expensive kind that Kara had gotten used to associating Lena with. But no, these weren’t expensive flowers at all. They were just normal flowers, the kind someone would find in their yard or at the park. One was even made up completely of dandelions!
Questions floated through Kara’s head that were supplied with very few answers.
Who sent them? Why? Were they safe? Should see get them checked out?
And then her confusion is cut off by Jess walking into the office.
“They’re from local orphanages,” Jess answers before Kara even asks. “She’s always donating to them and volunteers whenever she can. She’d adopt them all if she could, but with the attempted murders… well.”
“I- I didn’t know about that.” Kara didn’t even know that Lena liked kids.
“Most people don’t,” Jess replies easily. “Her meeting is almost over, so feel free to wait here for her.”
And then Jess leaves and Kara’s left alone with her thoughts.
She always knew Lena was good, so good. Too good, maybe. She was just glad others could see it, too.