“It's alright,” he mumbled as she rubbed at her cheek. Seeing her embarrassment brought forth a warmth of his own, but it was deep in his chest rather than his face. Tadgh found something else to look at. As soon as she started speaking again the blinking light on the consoles opposite them stopped holding his interest and he turned back to face her. He couldn't let her speak like this and not be giving her his full attention. “Thank you. Again. And thank you for being there when I woke up. At the hospital and in that cell. I didn't say that before and I should have. It meant a lot to not be alone then. “Looks we'll get this crap done with Helix and over time it will just be further and further behind us. Just going to be… Yeah for a while.” He failed to think of a good word for what the aftermath was, but managed to garble his point across.