Sienna realized she needed to cool it but she had such heart eyes right now that she really couldn't help it. She would probably follow Jamie to the ends of the Earth at this point, honestly. Saylor was probably right whenever she told Sienna to keep a level head and not go along with whatever a guy suggested. She smiled, laughing a little, at his easy rhyming. "Wow, I wish I was any good at making up lyrics like that! How long have you been playing?
" She wished she had had some sort of musical talent growing up but it had been all swimming for her. She regretted it now, obviously, because she didn't really have anything that she could call 'hers,' anymore.
Sienna shrugged, already missing the smile on his face. Why had she made him frown?? "My friends have a very interesting sense of humor. It would all be in good fun." Sienna knew Nahnie would make the burnt sienna crayon joke but not with any malice. She was pretty sure her friends would laugh at her cringing any time she moved but she didn't think she was friends with anybody who would slap her right on her burnt skin just for a laugh. She hoped, anyway, but she was in high school, and people could be very mean. Sienna looked at his finger as well and then back at him, trying to focus on what he was saying, and not losing herself in his eyes. Sigh. Swoon.
Oh. Well, that was kind of a bummer. No tattoos for Sienna, then. "I guess that makes sense," she said, sounding a little disappointed. It was really for the better, anyway. If she went in drunk for a tattoo, she would get something stupid. "What was your first tattoo?" Curious as she always was, Sienna wanted the story behind each and every one, but Jamie probably had things to do. She should have considered herself lucky that he stuck around this long to talk to her. Oh. Right. Was she a summer seminar kid? Seeing as she had no idea what that was, Sienna couldn't very well lie, and say she was.
She was going to just have to fess up, that she was a lowly highschooler here to visit her sister. Orrrr, she could brush that off, and respond to what he'd said next. "Oh, I doubt it!! You seem very smart!" Smart and cute and musical. Could she be blamed for falling head over heels so quickly? Honestly?