Dana was not in such a good mood. As usual, having been laboured with the task of going to the shops she shuffled down the streets with her eyes fixed on the passing pavement, balancing both crammed shopping bags in either of her hands. Normal, human routines like this frustrated her.
So, when she bumped into another pedestrian she tutted sharply and looked up, a dark frown looming over her eyes. However, she recognized this woman. She’d seen her a lot recently, and only the fourth or fifth time had she registered it was the same woman. Now, whoever it was, was looking right at her. “That’s alright.” she replied, face softening.
Sarah smiled softly to the woman. “Still, I apologize. I’m not normally that oblivious to where I’m going; must be my dad’s genes kicking in.” She chuckled. getting a good look at the woman made her realize that she had seen her around. “Hey, do you live around here? You look familiar.”