He didn't mind the wait. The shop was way too sugary for his sense of smell so he tried breathing through his mouth as much as he was able. It did help him warm up a little.
He laughed at her greeting and shrugged. "Used to it. This isn't anything really. Back home, it used to get a lot worse." He stepped closer and looked at her before extending his hand. He'd found the bracelets on one of the mortals that had crossed the pack, but she didn't need to know that. He'd cleaned them well enough. "Got these for you, while we were out there. Good to be back though. Good to be seen."