Sheila's bounded ahead to the door, getting there ahead and holding it open. Just to be nice and get them going. "Offering? I would have done it on my own anyway and then I'd have been alone." Her face screwed up in an over-exaggerated pained expression. "Devin's too busy with her gaming. It's great how we're all interacting already."
Sort of. She couldn't say she liked the girl on the tenth floor - when people couldn't get out of their own way with being melodramatic and depressing, she was always caught between pushing them towards sense and high tailing it out of there. Sheila gave a little shrug, before hitting the streets once Sarah was through.
"If we see anything good, we can round back and get my truck-" She pointed to a red one, visible from what it was. Patting her purse she added, "I brought my keys just in case. You never know when you want to change your mind or want to run off...but then we'd be more of a Bonnie and Clyde on the road, then Lewis and Clark exploring."
It crossed her mind, briefly that she was rambling and she took a deep breath before looking up at the other woman. "I don't remember, are you Lewis or Clark?"