A smile creased Pru's face at Kami's laugh - with all of her awkwardness, she was glad she hadn't managed to distance her fellow apartment mate. Pru knew she wasn't that terrible with social graces, but sometimes people were offended by the simplest things.
"Ouija boards," she replied, giving a little shiver. "After I saw The Exorcist, I never wanted to touch one.
"But you know, if you've got a good scream in you, maybe you should try out for some horror films," she added, reaching forward to grab another cupcake from the plate. She took a bite and swallowed. "You said you're between projects right now, why not give it a shot? 'Tis the season," she added, playfully smirking. She felt completely at ease in this woman's company, and was eagerly taking another bite when a beeping noise started from the cellphone sitting on the coffee table. Pru's eyes went wide for a moment, then recognition calmed her.
"Uh, I'll be right back," she said, giving Kami a smile as she set the partially-eaten cupcake back on the coffee table and walked over to the bathroom. Leaving the door open a crack, she popped open the medicine cabinet that held all of her prescriptions and selected three, pulling out a few different colored pills. And what would she think of me if she saw all of this? Pru wondered glumly to herself. Just a reminder of her "condition", something she rarely wanted others to see. She ran the tap, taking a handful of water to down the pills and then put the back of her hand to her mouth for a moment until she felt put back together.
"Sorry about that," she said, hopefully cheerily, as she re-entered the room. She stopped halfway and glanced around at the boxes; not too much more, and not too long before the apartment would be finished.