It hadn't taken her but a mere second to reach Sakuramori from Silver Moon Inn. A flash of silver light is all that it took before the elf's physical form appeared and gently stepped down onto the forest floor. At first glance, the forest was absolutely breath taking. Vibrant pink petals fluttered down with the small winds that passed through the rustled the tree branches. The carefully worn down pathways were also decorated with the petals in a light layer like a sprinkled cupcake. No wonder the canine chose such a nice place to stay, if she didn't have other responsibilities to attend to she would want to stay here for days on end too.
Looking down from the trees Astrid grasped her basket within her hands tighter, holding it at the front of her. The basket was filled with a ton of goodies, seen as how the white and red plaid covering had a rather large bulge from under it. Anyone with a sensitive nose would even be able to smell the scent of fresh cherries and baked bread wafting from it in the wind.
Even just standing here, Astrid knew that trying to find Mikka within the dense forest would be a great task, so instead she figured she would have the dog come to her. And what better to do that with, than some of her favorite treats? Looking to her feet Astrid judged the dirt underfoot before she nodded to herself. The saint took the plaid blanket and shook it out, setting is straight so it would delicately lay itself down on the ground. Once that was done she would begin to lay out what she had brought. A few cherry tarts, freshly made this morning for this very occasion. Kneeling down she placed a plate on one side and one on the other before she put the basket in the middle, putting two tarts on each one. She was actually rather hungry herself, now that the sweet smell was more dominant than the flowers, but she would not touch either of her tarts until Mikka came forward. Hopefully she had made them okay enough. She tried her best to remember the recipe she always followed as a kid, but seeing as how that book was lost to the waters of Phoenix Mountains she didn't have anything to go off on anymore. Just so the dragon wouldn't feel left out, she had also left one for her on the counter in the house for Erika to eat once she woke. Even if Mikka were to lie to her just to make her feel better she knew the thread mage would be honest with how they tasted.
Sitting on her side the slayer placed her hands onto her lap and waited to see if the canine would approach, closing her eyes but extending her soul wavelength outward to sense her if she did so.