Disappointed as she was, she appreciated a good nights sleep from time to time so she sighed at the new acquaintance. “Guess I should do the same. Got my first show tomorrow.” She replied, slipping her hands inside her pockets. The apron was really there to keep her dress clean but it was nice to have somewhere to put her hands.
She began to walk past him before she leaned into his ear. “Nice to meet you Kerr.” She purred before she walked off into the darkness. She’d find her way to the cookhouse and see what all the fuss was about before she slept, but she would be quick to remember the handsome man who worked alongside her brother.