"Sitting in is a shame when it's such a beautiful day I admit. Although I would have thought the sun would be a problem for you? Or is that another myth?" She couldn't help but look at the girl curiously as she asked. Of all the weird and wonderful people in this place, vampires were for her the most fascinating.
"Never be surprised at people, or you'll never stop. For instance, I'm surprised Ruby thought my profession was interesting enough to inform you of it. Although it is nice to skip the "what do you do" chat - I couldn't bear to explain I'm not an opera singer." The very idea was ridiculious, although a courtesan opera singer did make sense in the 1880s. Now? Not so much.
Her lips curled in amusement when Lexi remarked she was fancier. "I wouldn't say fancier, but our tastes probably differ - I tend to have a more stern look than most."
This was new - walking somewhere instead of being chaffuered (she couldn't help missing Kate) - but the sun really was delightful, and the chill in the air didn't permeate her pullover. "Specialist stores aren't wholly necessary, but it would be good to visit one or two. An equestrian store on the other hand, and a good hardware store - or a sailing shop if there is one? - would be great if possible. The basics is perfect though."