Jack left his glasses in the car on a whim, it might add to the impression of how different he'd become. It began to feel like a stupid mistake as he fumbled his way through the crowd, unable to discern faces from more than ten feet away. The incredible roar of moderate conversation bounced off the arched ceilings making the room feel like an aquarium. He was compelled, pressing his way through the crowd towards an unknown target.
Demetri found him easy enough, alright. Suddenly he was right there, as if the five years had never passed and Jack felt like a nervous kid tip-toeing around a rich guy again. He seemed shorter now, Jack couldn't help but smile at that amusing thought.