"I’ve seen lots of things. Been around for a while." She said and popped down her fangs. "Four and a quarter centuries and you’re not the strangest thing I’ve seen."
"Like I’ve never seen fangs bef-" She stared in shock at hearing the woman’s age. "Well. You don’t look a day over 25, so…vampire?"
"Pf! I’m not exactly living sooo…are you a ghost or something?"
"…yes. But you seem to interact fine with the living, so…you’re not? How can you see me?"
"…Is this a trick question?"
"Not at all, I’m just…well I can’t think of a living person who’s been able to see me in about six years.”
"Oh dear - can you see me??”
W-well, whatever you are there for, I-I hope it goes well.
That’s more up to Deucalion than it is me. You can ask him if you like but I can’t promise he’ll tell you anything.
Yes, I’m in London, baby. I’m sorry I told you otherwise in my note, but like I told Aiden, I didn’t want to risk Deucalion seeing where I was going until I actually got here.
I-I’m sorry, i-it just, took me by surprise. I-I hope you have a good time. I-I’ll stop bugging you now.
You aren’t bugging me. And I’m not here to have a good time but I appreciate the sentiment.
So you lied to us? Why didn’t you just text me? Leave me a voicemail? Instead of a note that was a lie??
Baby I left in a hurry under some pretty bad circumstances. I’m sorry, but it was all I could do to manage the note I did.
How are you and Maia settling in?
We’re fine. She’s sleeping, as you should be.
I-I don’t understand, w-why would you lie to us??
I didn’t want Deucalion to know where I was going until I got here. I couldn’t put it in the note in case he found it before you did.