Trisha. No response. She was standing outside of Trisha's door to see if Trisha
was interested in going out to the cafe. Trisha had texted her the other day
that she was supposed be home the previous night.
the matter?" Todd's voice startled her.
really," Amanda said after the initial shock wore off. "It's just
that Trisha was supposed to be home and I was kind of hoping we would do some
catching up. I haven't seen her in a while."
responded. He paused for a moment, "She had to pay her rent over the phone
because she couldn't be here in time to pay in person, like she usually does.
Something about having to extend her stay."
Amanda noticed a
hint of concern on Todd's face.
"My turn to ask
you what's wrong," Amanda said.
repairs aren't going to well," Todd said then he gestured down the hall,
"As a matter of fact, I have some complaints to attend to."
Amanda nodded and
Todd continued on his way.
Now what am I going to do? Amanda thought.
Todd's advice about staying home for a while, but she did it for a different
reason. She was concerned about bumping into Brian Lane again. There was
something about him that irritated her.