Charlie wrote:“Yes Ma’am.” She pointed a finger at Trouble, “That’s Ladybug. We’re friends.”
"Oh, yes," Wainwright says. "Her. Yes, I remember her, now." She sounds just a bit concerned.
“Good luck at your appointment. If you need me, give me a yell.” She glanced back to Ladybug and gave her a loud whistle, a smile, and a wave to get her attention before she looked back to Wainwright for a reply.
"Thank you, I think I have just a little time to stick around and --" She breaks off. Trouble has spotted you and stepped out of line, walking gracefully towards you.
"Hello, Charlie," she says in her quiet, soft voice. "Are you well?" The question comes after a pause, as though she wasn't quite sure what to say. It's hard to read her features, but she seems just a bit uncomfortable.
Zane wrote:"Buzz me when you're ready, I'll be in my room."
"Sure thing," he says without looking up.
He buzzes you just as you're about halfway up the stairs to the second floor.
When you get back to the reception area, he's folded up the paper and moved aside so that Mona can wheel her way behind the desk.
Robin wrote:"OK. How about Timothy's Bistro in an hour? I'll buy."
"Very well, that seems doable. Thank you for taking me in your care, Robin. I look forward to seeing you shortly. Until then." She hangs up after listening to your pleasantries.