The following day was a Rest Day, and thinking Isiana might want something to eat for breakfast, she decided to gather up some of her friend's favorites. It would be risky, seeking entrance so soon, and there was a chance that the great queen wouldn't allow someone on her sands, even if she was a familiar presence. But it would just be Finn, she would see to that - no Bast, no Danteth, not even one of the lizards that were so commonplace on the woman's shoulders these days. Just her with breakfast and klah to share with her rider, a sort of meaningful way to say congratulations, and to bring comfort to her on what would have been the day after her first night slept away from her apartment.
As she's gathering food, knowing full well that it might just be a drop off, she has Danteth speak to Andromedath, knowing the garnet would do so in the most respectful of manners. For all her habits, she is as her kind seems to be - in tandem with her golden sisters. Andromedath, dear golden queen. Let me first begin by congratulating you on the success of your first clutching. I look forward to the day when we will get to see them hatch together. Finn smiled at the pleasantries, knowing they mimicked what she would say to the gold if she were able to. Next, my rider knows this may be too soon for you, but she wishes me to ask if she could come visit with yours. She would like to bring her some breakfast, and celebrate with her for a little while. If it is a little sudden for you, could she at least drop some food off for her?
Ah, thank you, sweets. While she waited for the response that would, hopefully, come, Finn continued to gather, all the while feeling excitement brew in her belly. She was eager to sit with her friend, and hoped Andromedath would allow a sitting, but at the same time she knew how queens, young and new mother ones at that, could be. She was prepared either way, and would take no offense should the answer sent her way be a negative one despite her friendship with the golden one's rider.