Post by Deleted on Mar 5, 2022 3:36:14 GMT -7
By everything that was dear and good in this world, being a mother was exhausting. Rewarding perhaps, but Virva started to wonder more and more every single day if it wouldn't simply be better to head home to her own kind. She'd taken Inari to work (despite protests from Luke) because he had to work and she just didn't want to drop the child off at some Mainlander place. Or with one of his many family members for that matter. She'd have asked Sav, possibly, but three children was a lot to care for. So Inari had come to set with her, distracting people.
Naturally Virva scolded everybody that fussed over the option of wild creatures coming near her little child. She did not want to give the idea to all the Mainlanders watching on their strange little boxes that animals and creatures were by any means dangerous. A lot of them were, but mostly to the people that had no clue how to handle them. Some were highly dangerous, and the few truly dark creatures out there? Well Virva despised those.
Today after the shoot was done and the hippogryffs they'd been working with had been left along, Virva had found one particularly young one that seemed to be without it's parents. Naturally she'd felt sorry for the poor thing and after some attention had befriended it to the point it now followed her around. A slight inconvenience as she was due to meet with a dragon keeper about possibly filming an episode on dragons in the near future. While they could hardly cover the entire scope of dragons in one episode, general information was rather easy to cover. Virva just needed to go over the details of the interactions with one of the keepers. No doubt it'd be a rather draining and boring task with them being overly cautious of a young girl with a newborn approaching a baby but well, people here were weird like that.
So as an unknown redhead approached, Virva instantly presumed it to be the woman she was due to meet. She walked up, Inari on one arm and her new foster dragging behind her quite a bit. It was probably for the best anyway. "Tove?" She inquired as she got close to the other woman. Another redhead, blessed be. "Welcome, I'm glad you could make it. " She said with a warm smile. At least the woman was one of the first that actually had a somewhat normal name. While she didn't speak Norwegian herself she knew Swedish well enough and could communicate with most of those from Nordic countries on a more basic level. Still, she presumed they'd speak English here, unless the lady had a preference for Swedish.