She gave him a little grin at that. "Trust me, this is as far from outrageously stupid as you can get. It's more along the lines of "Oh shit, did that just happen?"" Taking a look behind her to make sure no one was watching, her lips quirked further up as she smirked. Letting her hand hover over the sugar, nothing seemed to have happened but her hand was obscuring the view.
Looking over to Danny, she said, "Don't freak out." And then she lifted her hand away to show him that she was using her telekinetic powers to make the sugar dance in front of her. Without her hand keeping it in place, it floated up to about eye level, before it started to rain down onto the table again. Once it was settled back onto the table, she stared at it intently until it spelled out, "Welcome to Lawrence."
Then abruptly, she snapped her fingers and the sugar exploded noiselessly in a shower of colourful sparks, a quick and easy way to dispose of the mess. "I had been practicing that one for awhile," she said proudly. Bonnie picked up the empty sugar packets and closed her fist around them. Concentrating for a moment, when she opened it again, a small flower laid in her hand. Tucking it behind her ear, she looked at the detective again. "Well?"