Oh gosh! She saw him eying the bag and she just knew he was seeing into it. "Uh... 5 classes. Why? Is that a lot?" She asked innocently, letting her overly blue eyes do more talking than her words. She noticed the pileup and the few glares, and turned to the short blonde girl most notably fussing to get through. "We'll only be a moment, promise!" She told her before turning back to Josh.
"I should sit, I guess. Maybe I'll see you at the cafe?" She asked, trying to be polite to the only person she knew in town. She gave the blonde a warning glare, "one more minute!" But she moved so people could pass. "Bye Josh. Thanks for all your help."
The cafe was packed with the noontime rush, and after a minute of looking she saw no sign of Josh. Oh well, she could eat alone, or maybe make a new friend or something. She'd stopped by the apartment earlier, and though she was still wearing the loud pink sweatshirt, at least her book bag wasn't overstuffed with junk food. "What's a Guy-Ro?" She asked the girl behind the counter, the picture looked pretty good. "It's pronounced Hero." The girl told her, obviously used to the freshman mistake. "They're good, you want one?" Justine ordered the Gyro and lemonade, and after receiving the sandwich, went in search of a seat.