...ir aliens, those rules don't apply to them. And if you can't accept that, then they will leave you and you will most likely never see them again. And personally I wouldn't blame them. They are not related in any way any more, and if you can't accept that, then you are blind. And if you force them away, they will leave, and you will have failed as parents.”
Grandpa paused again, looking at Gwen and Ben's parents, who were starring back at him, and the old man notices that they were suddenly looking uncomfortable. He said again in an even voice. “So, what will it be. Will you accept that they are not human any more, and the rules and laws of man no longer apply to them, or will you be unable to accept their love for what is, and force them away. Those are the only two options. So, what will it be?” Ben's mother and father looked at each other, and Gwen's parents looked ta their daughter, who was hugging Ben and still had her face buried in his chest. Finally Gwen's mom said tentatively. “Gwen? Honey?”
Gwen slowly sat up and looked at her parents, her eyes red. Gwen's mom stood up and walked over and sat down next to her daughter. Gwen looked up at her mother, who was now starring at her daughter with compassion and understanding. Gwen smiled weekly before leaning forward and hugging her mother, who hugged her back, whispering encourage...