He nodded. "Yeah, I don't think I could handle anything much higher." Brian didn't like being on high floors for very long - he enjoyed having the ground close. It made him feel safer.
As they reached her door, he nodded, setting the bags down. After all, there was no way she'd want a stranger traipsing into her apartment with groceries. That'd just be weird, especially in this place. "Well, okay," he said, smiling. "It was really nice to meet you in person, Sherri." He thought about extending a hand to shake, but realized that she'd probably end up strangled by grocery bags if she tried to take it. So instead he just offered her a slight wave. "I'm sure I'll see you around."