Megan looked up at the next person in line, a little old lady who seemed very friendly. So friendly in fact that she was regaling the poor cashier with what seemed to be her life's story. Today just wasn't that kid's day was it? Megan silently vowed to herself that when she got up there she'd be friendly, but to the point. "I think I prefer it that way." she said offhandedly. "I mean, it'd rather know what I need to improve on and what I can get down right away." she shrugged. Why she was telling him this, she had no idea, but she was saying it anyway.
It was like the proverbial light bulb going off in Megan's head. "Eddie." she said happily as her brain slid into focus to try and picture him back then. "I believe you were a year a head of me." she said thinking back on it. Eddie had been very popular among the female population of the school. "How odd running into each other here, yeah?" she noted. "I haven't seen you in ages. Everything going alright? I see you've got a nice little kitty then?" she said not sure if that was a question or not. After all for all she knew he was doing a favour for a friend or something.