Rolling her eyes at Rose, mostly because she couldn't help it, and because she really didn't want to think about how many times they had done this before. It wasn't like Lissa liked it, and she knew why she'd have to. After all when they were on the run Lissa wasn't exactly the same person that she was now. So much had happened from that moment until this moment right now. They were both a bit different, they both had grown up some, and they both had been through a lot.
A guilty look crossed Lissa's features as she could tell that the endorphins had hit Rose, of course they had, it was a drug after all. Lissa hated doing that to Rose, and maybe after she got a real feeding and was feeling stronger she could heal the bruise away, that was a tiny one, not a huge one so she could easily do that without much of a problem.
That's right, all of the arguing about needing blood she hadn't even told Rose what had happened. Sometimes Lissa even forgot that Rose couldn't just see into her head and know exactly what had happened. She liked that Rose couldn't see her whole life anymore, but sometimes she had to be reminded that she had to tell her what happened. "Um, when I arrived, in the graveyard this was this girl just laying there bleeding, it looked like she'd been shot..." Lissa didn't think she needed to explain what had happened next. "I couldn't leave her there to die."