Lorelei sat on the ground against a tree with the braille Edgar Allan Poe book Jane had given her for her birthday. She had headphones in, listening to music with the iPod Brian had given her. She sang softly to herself as she read.
"Lorelei." She tested the name on her own tongue, hoping it came out right. It sounded the same as the way she said it. "That's such a pretty name," she admitted, having never heard anything like it before. She bowed again out of an instinct that was ingrained into her since youth. It was the bow of her people, and even though Lorelei couldn't see, the acrobat sounded very sincere. "I'm Ty Lee!"
The acrobat releases her and had a sweet smile on her lips. "There's nothing wrong with doting on the peeps you care about." Reassures that with a stern nod. "But I'd rather not call you MomFriend if I can help it," she adds with a small laugh. "So what's your name?"
"You're honestly amazing. Has anyone told you you're amazing?" Clasps her hands together and releases a gentle sigh. "I can't do anything special like that. I feel so helpless when she gets herself in all that trouble." Her heart beats with the most profound sadness. She wouldn't be able to bear seeing her dear friend like that again. But rather than dwell on it, Ty Lee remains hopeful and hugs the blind gal out of nowhere. "She's lucky to have you there! You're like, her guardian spirit." (︶ω︶)
It was a hard copy of various Edgar Allan Poe works, written in brail. Jane didn't know what to get her on the account of barely knowing the girl, so she settled with literature. The book itself proved to be quite difficult for her to get her hands on... she hoped Lorelei liked it, but wouldn't be too offended if she didn't.