Thanks! You summed it up in a nutshell: if you can let go, you can love someone and not be attached. There is a line from "Clone Wars Gambit: Siege" where Obi-Wan admits to his love for Taria Damsin and in the next breath explains that he was never in love with her. T'lor is wrestling with whether or not she loves Trevor or is in love with him. T'lor hasn't told me what decision she will make. And truth be told, I was as shocked as she was by Trevor's declaration. (On a side note, I still find it strange that my characters occassionally behave like REAL people and things just sort of pop out on the page. ) And Trevor is more or less sober here, so it ain't the alcohol. This conversation is one that started for them in the USJS threads. They know they have feelings for each other. They haven't acted on them up to this point because of a rule that keeps padawans and knights from fraternizing. Now that T'lor is a knight, that rule no longer holds, and Trevor is going to force her hand. Thank you. That means a lot as I know that the drabble format isn't your favorite. I think there are likely quite a few Jedi who differ with the High Council about the interpretation of the code. Trevor is one. T'lor will come to be one, but she isn't there yet. In the USJS, Obi-Wan was quite the ladies man, having at least two different girlfriends over the course of the story. His response to this discussion would be "It's about time."