Each time the car stopped, Sabrina didn't even look up. She figured if she didn't know where he was, the less chance she'd have in getting nervous knowing that she was in a different zone. If it wasn't for the war, she wouldn't feel that way, but it didn't hurt to be on guard.
She kept herself amused on all of his stops, and was actually caught off-guard when he finally spoke to her again. She put her knife away and nodded without a second thought. "I could definitely eat," she stated simply. There was more that could be said, but true to her character, she left it at that.