Gerard and Bandit go to the park for some fun but get caught in a storm. Gerard doubts his fathering with Bandit and slowly descends into a pit of depression.
- Gerards so down on himself for no good reason. Confidence is next to kingliness (if that was a thing.... it should be a thing). He did a good deed, giving that homeless guy an umbrella. Great chapter. So many feels. I really feel what Gerard feels, plus confusion.
Author's responseThank you :D yes, Gerard did do a good deed, but he was conflicted between the safety and health of his daughter and his seemingly irrational sympathy for the homeless man he barely even knew. He felt like his daughter should have been his priority as opposed to the homeless man's well-being. He felt even more guilty when Bandit started to shiver of when she started to show symptoms of a cold.