Thank goodness he agreed. She would have been extremely unhappy if he would have made her flat out say what she wanted. If it had come to that, she would have sucked it up and walked home alone while cursing him and hoping he'd fall and hurt himself. Wishing harm on people was hardly pleasant, but sometimes they just deserved it.
"Yes, we should be going. There is no reason for us to linger here." She'd done the park a service and wouldn't even receive a thank you from the people who benefited from it. All she got for her troubles was a terrible morning run, a horrible stench clinging to her clothes and frazzled nerves. It hardly seemed worth it when all that was taken into account.