Well, this was weird, but Logan didn't speak of it at work. Randi was a no show.
If the heat and humidity wasn't making him dizzy enough, it was the thought that maybe his brother got lucky with Randi, after all, that left Logan in a tizzy.
Finally, by lunch he pulled out his cell and called Noel. Just his luck, Noel wouldn't pick up. Finally, he looked up to see Randi strolling in with corn dogs.
"I've gotta an extra, do you want it?" She asked. It was dipped in ketchup and mustard already.
"Where have you been?" Logan's sullen glare stuck. He wasn't even hungry.
"Around." She shrugged leaving it a mystery. She bit into the corn dog. "These are really good. You should try them. You always brown bag." She winced.
"Food cost a fortune here." He meant what he said too. Besides, Alex made the best cheese and ham sandwiches with Miracle Whip. She sat down with the tray in the break room, full of bright orange booths. He plopped down beside her.
"You aren't going to see my brother, again, are you?" His stare didn't blink as he watched her wolf down her lunch.
"You're brother is nothing like you." She laughed.
"What's that suppose to mean?" He just noticed she was wearing peacock feathers in her hair. She looked as if she were ready for something special. Not a day at the zoo. Even if she did have her uniform on. Randi was one big mystery to him. He didn't want to have to know it, but if it had anything to do with his brother then he really wanted to know what was going on.
"Calm down." She pushed the last corn dog in his mouth. "You do look hungry."
He had no choice but to eat it now.
"Look, he can be charming." She shrugged with a smile. "He's not that bad."
Logan winced as he chewed. He hoped she was joking. She had to be joking about Noel.