Her eyes may have been on Haydn but Savannah did not forget that her brother was still in the room, dull grin playing on his lips. She knew what he was thinking and it was annoying enough without seeing his face. She loved her brother, really, but there were only so many hours in a day that she could handle his foolish antics. Especially when it came to when Haydn was around, He was obsessed with making her feel awkward around him since it was rare for her to feel like that,. And that meant she usually made the other boy feel out of place and she knew it. Though a bit tempestuous she was not oblivious to others. She knew the effect she had on people and usually enjoyed it. With him she actually felt like there was too much dominance on her end. Then again it may have been his more passive nature that made her think so.
Either way he was wearing his glasses, something she enjoyed seeing him do. Surely there were plenty of jokes that could be made at how foolish he looked but to her it was a part of Haydn’s face. She used to get annoyed when they were not on but she has since learned to get over it. And his response, paired with a yawn, caused the girl to eye her twin who was just off from Haydn’s side. With arched brows she turned her attention to Gavin while still speaking to the Jew.
“I see my brother has dragged you here once again, then? Sooner or later he’ll be able to make it down the stairs without someone holding his hand,” she commented.
Knowing that Gavin would take it as a joke, the comment flowed like water. She was lucky to have a close relationship with her twin and they took full advantage of that whenever possible. Early morning bickers were a part of their every day life style.
“Oh and you missed the first few reels about weddings and break ups. Nothing exciting except the near explosion that happened in an oil refinery.”