I slowly pulled my hand back, realizing he had no intention of shaking my hand. I didn't take it personally, I mean, he didn't seem that cheery in the first place. Maybe he just needs a little time before he opens up. I could understand that. I... didn't really like being around others that much either. I was a bit disappointed since I wouldn't be able to gauge his body temperature, but given that he seemed to have been talked to by Di, bare minimum he was aware of their existence. If I was not crazy, that is.
I quickly glanced over at the keys on the table and snagged the basement key. I knew that it was the only room on that floor, aside from the shower room. I'd prefer the solitude. Also, what with these new developments, it might be best that people don't hear me talking to myself, I doubt that an old house like this had the best insulation or sound proofing...
I looked back up at Ravus. "U-Uh... well it's nice to meet you, Mr. Ravus."
I said, pulling up a seat and sitting down across from him. "So, is there anything that I should know about living here?"
I asked, tilting my head.