"Seems like sound advice. If he gives me problems, I'll let you know," she assured him. "And yes, there's that, and I'm not tending the great hearth on Olympus. But fundamentally, we haven't changed much."
"Nope," she said with a cheeky grin. "I fuss. It's what I do. I cook and try to make people feel welcome. And good choice, I'll take the ham." She sliced open the croissants and started layering on meat and cheese. "Thank you," she told him. "I do actually leave this place once in a while, I'll be sure and stop by."
"No, I imagine not," she agreed. "How is Persephone doing?"