She couldn't help but roll her eyes. "Seriously? When you have people insisting that you're immune, you'd think they'd take that and stop pressing for the quarantine. Bunch of idiots." It was mildly ridiculous. "But I wouldn't have been laughing at you. If you were crazy enough by then to be laughing at nothing, I would have just laughed with you. Clearly." All kidding aside, though, she would have flipped out a bit if Rae had been put into quarantine. Threats galore would have been thrown out until they let her friend go. Probably would have landed her in a whole heap of trouble, but in her mind, it was worth it. "Yeah, we can walk. I feel like the former sicky should call the shots," she said with a bit of a laugh.
"Clearly I should be thankful for your epic patience. Good best friends are hard to come by." With her thumbs slung through her belt loops, she matched stride with Rae as they walked. "And do not judge me for eating the canned enchiladas. They were good for what they were. And Mama's not picky." Would she have preferred real enchiladas? Of course. Any day of the week. But this was a time of taking whatever you could get and being glad for it. Food was food. Who was she to discriminate?
"So, how did you manage to not go nuts in there? You know, besides my awesome jokes."