I do believe you're an idiot. Storm snarled in Karak's mind. At this distance, she might not see you, or even hear you! If she can hear you, it's a slim chance that she can even understand you.
Storm uttered a growl from his throat, and stood, stepping into the lake. Then, with his wings gliding above the surface of the water, as well as his head, he started swimming across.
Would you be so kind as to walk around the shore, and meet me on the other side? Storm asked Karak, a touch annoyed. Humans... no brains.
Storm swam effortlessly across the lake, keeping his head above the water, this time. In truth, his favorite kind of swimmming was when his entire body, wings included, was under the surface, where he could chase fish and other animals of the deep. He was a young dragon, and loved to have his fun. Still, though, he had to make his greeting right, otherwise, he might scare this poor female, and he knew all too well what most people thought of dragons.
Finally, Storm managed to reach the shore by the girl, and he stood and stretched his limbs, arms, legs, tail wings, and his neck and head. Once that was done, he lowered his body to the ground, laying along the sandy beach, with his wings stretched out flat. He began purring, hoping that the noise he made would comfort the girl, letting her know that he was friendly.
Storm's great golden eyes fixed her in a stare, and his mind worked to give her a word. He could freely speak with Karak, that was no problem, since they were, in essence, bonded by a link between their minds, but to send a telepathic message to another being was a hit-or-miss proposition.
Little Girl, Storm tried to say. I am your friend, and mean you no harm.
She may not understand the complete message, but hopefully, she got the important parts, friend and no harm.