Not a Ratatoskr, but.... Jan 20, 2020 16:22:40 GMT -6
Post by demikara on Jan 20, 2020 16:22:40 GMT -6
Zander strode the halls like he knew where he was going, following directions given to him by Molly. He was taller than most, and had dropped the glamour hiding his fae nature on entering the unseen portion of the building. It meant he got some stares, but they were mostly humans, so they really didn't matter that much to him. Right now, he had a delivery to make and a student to bother. Or a child who was basically his daughter to embarrass. He hadn't decided which one he was going for today. Either way, she'd leave work with bright red hair and cat eyes as far as he was concerned.
Molly had gotten her sense of mischief from him and they all knew it.
It didn't take him long to find his ward, apparently actually hard at work, though judging by the math there was a distinct chance that she wasn't hard at work on what she was supposed to be doing. her partner was nearby and he set the netted bag of fruit on top of the math and grinned down at her annoyed expression, which quickly changed to delight.
"Zander!" She was up and hugging him with that and he returned it, smiling down at here. "I didn't realize fruit delivery was today. What'd you bring me?" She didn't stop to wait for him to answer before she was digging through the bag to look over every he had brought. It was mostly food stuffs she couldn't get in the human realm and since she was stuck here, she couldn't get home to get it. "Oh man, you're the best Zander." He smiled down at her and messed up her hair. It turned bright red in response and Molly didn't even notice. She smiled widely up at him, her pupils slit like a cats and he decided his work here was done.
"Just the usual. Your mom sent you some sweet bread. Your dad sent your allowance, and it should be in your pouch." Not that it would do her any good. She wrinkled her nose at that and blushed. Did he have to say that in front of her partner? She had a job. It was ridiculous her parents still gave her an allowance. Though she'd never say no to her mom's sweet bread. Her mom was the best baker ever as far as she was concerned. Curious, Molly went through the bag to see what else her parents might have sent her.