"Thank you very much, I appreciate your time and assistance," Sascha said with a serene smile. "My name is Sascha Murakami. If we could just start at the front of the library? I'm hoping that there are signs on the stacks that I will be able to feel to tell me what the call numbers are? But if you could also just give me a general idea of which section is which? I have a couple different spells that can assist me in reading, but first I have to be in the right section of the library to find what I'm looking for." he smiled. "I do have a handful of the call number system memorized, so once I can find the numbers..." Sascha was just hoping the signs were on the ends of the stacks and not hung from the ceiling. If the latter was the case, he'd have to consider his options.
"Secondly, I was able to get some of my books in braille already, but I was wondering if you could assist me in ordering a couple more? I prefer to read in braille rather than listen to things out loud." His Japanese accent was a little more notable as he spoke more, though it didn't mask his words or make him hard to understand. Sascha had had elocution lessons in English years ago, along with dozens of other etiquette lessons, and so forth, to make sure he always presented in the best light possible. It was also one of the reasons that he had almost no blind mannerisms. His face, even his eyes, stayed directed at Will, he held himself like any other person, no rocking or odd cock to his head. No, without the white cane against his shoulder, it would have taken a close look to see that his eyes never really focused.
"And what may I call you?" He asked politely, since the man had asked for his name. It was best to let others set the formality, or lack there of, of address. It was hard to go wrong that way.
"Oh, no, it's fine, no imposition at all." Will assured him or her. This was part of his job and he at least had to be able to do what was required of him. Otherwise, he might be fired, when it was a ... more