Normally Delilah would be quite shy and not want to talk to people very often but she felt really guilty so she walked over to where the boy sat down and sat next to him. "Are you okay?" She whispered so as to not attract the attention of other people and most importantly, the librarian. She placed her book on the table as she looked over at the book he was reading, she didn't want to be most but she guessed he wasn't a Ravenclaw, either that or he never hung out in the commonroom and since it was the weekend neither of them were in their uniforms meaning no coloured ties. Delilah didn't have any friends that she had met outside the common room, so her boldness to find out if this boy was okay, which surprised her to be honest, would be great to build a friendship on.
Not only had Delilah not spoken to any people from another house yet, but she hadn't spoken to any boys at all. She wasn't interested in talking to boys really, growing up her granny said "Don't trust boys, they have diseases." But she guessed that was because her granny thought she was too young to get a boyfriend, Delilah agreed with her though. She looked back up at the boy after scanning his book and noticed how much his eyes stood out, pale skin and almost white hair but striking blue eyes. Delilah felt extremely ordinary compared to him. Delilah was just plain brown hair blue eyes, nothing out of the ordinary.
She decided to speak once more, "Not to be nosy or anything, but what are you reading?"
The picture of Delilah looks like she has one blue and one brown eye, I'm just counting them as blue