Wanda looked up at the sound of her name and let the blocks go temporarily, so they rested on top of a nearby table. She walked forward toward Raven, a slight smile forming on her face. She was trying hard not to stare too much, because she didn't want to make Raven uncomfortable, but at the same time, she couldn't help but admire the burst of color everywhere. It was much prettier (and that was not the right word, not strong enough) in person. She felt the same way she had when had first seen the color surround the wooden blocks they had given her in HYDRA -- the first sign that something was changing, that she was connected to a world outside herself.
"Hello," Wanda answered, feeling both shy and excited in the same breath. Here was another whole world, untapped, and Wanda was allowed to see into it. She wanted to know everything all at once, about Raven and Erik and how they had discovered their powers and how they discovered each other.
But she had to start with the niceties first, didn't she? Make this ploy at being nice when she wanted to ask if she could touch the red of Raven's hair first.
"Would you like me to get you a chair?" she asked, gesturing with one hand over her shoulder.