"God you look awful." I said as soon as I saw Anna's face. She frowned.
"Thought I heard you up at six."
"What were you doing up at six?"
Anna handed me a cup of tea and I took a sip.
"So, how was you're night?"
"My night?" I was a little worried for a minute, thinking she knew but then I remembered the lie I had told. "Oh, yeah it was good. Didn't you ask me that last night?"
"Yeah, but I want details now. Anything to help me keep awake."
"Well, we had food, and then I went back to my friend's house for a while."
"Whose your friend?" She asked suggestively.
"Not that sort of friend." Although in reality it was. "Just a friend I've made on the course."
"Oh. Nothing interesting is happening Cara! I need juicy gossip."
"You're the one creating it with Matt. How far have you two got again?" I winked cheekily.
"Oi, shut it. We're waiting."
"You still don't like him do you?"
"Well it was hardly going to change in a night, especially a night where I didn't see him, was it?"
"Fair enough. I wish you would like him though."
"I'm civil to him for you."
"Yes but I think he notices."
"Well, I don't care." I said grumpily, then re-thought. "Sorry. I'm just a little sad that you are with someone I don't like. I always thought I'd love whoever you got with, just because they chose you."
I grinned and hugged her.
"Well, I have a lecture to get to. I'll see you after? We'll have dinner."