“I would like to take your hand, but I don’t want you to have another episode,” he admitted candidly.
Which made Clair ask, “You seem familiar with my odd behavior, why is that?”
Sergei smirked at her. “You don’t know much about gypsies do you?”
“Well I don’t give any credence to most stereotypes, I don’t see fortune-tellers and the like.” Clair affirmed.
Sergei leaned back in his chair. “As terrible as it is to say, while stereotypes themselves are wrong, some of their assumptions are based in fact.”
“You believe in things beyond the norm,” she stated more than asked.
“Believe them, hell, I’ve seen ‘em,” he imparted. “Not everything of this world can be explained by science or anything else for that matter.” He pinned her again with his laser blue eyes. “I don’t discount anything, there is something in you Clair that is beyond the norm and it glows off of you like a beacon, it attracts me.”
Clair knew she was staring at him in the oddest fashion but she couldn’t seem to control the instinct to do so. All of her life she just knew that talking about the eccentric nature of her family line would be a bad ideal for a first date. It would be a bad ideal before marriage but she had admitted to herself that she would’ve volunteered the information if Jonny had ever asked her to be his wife. She had never guessed that the secrets of her lineage permeated off of her and someone open to those ideals would be able to associate and see how she was different from most people.
“To be honest, I have a family history that would imply that extra sensory perception was an ability I should have, but you are the first person I’ve ever had even a blip of activity with.” Clair admitted.
Sergei frowned slightly. “Really? I find that very interesting. Not a single occurrence before?”
Clair shrugged sheepishly, “Not involving anything else besides music.”
Sergei sat silently for a moment the question burning in his form as he softly asked, “How bad was it, Clair?”
Clair was very solemn and couldn’t hide the fear in her voice as she said slowly, “Bad.”