Lucy was not going to let Nina get the best of her. It was nothing to talk about now. No hurt feelings. Perhaps they were on the same team. Maybe Nina really wanted the band to succeed too.
"We made two thousand dollars." Lucy was pleased with the cash in her cigar box. She showed it off to Todd as if they needed to do this every Saturday night.
"I guess that's good." Yet they had to consider how much money they'd put in concessions.
"But they bought our T-shirts." Lucy reminded him.
"Yes, the creepy ones with the skeleton on them." Finally they'd find a time of year to sell the things. He was rather skeptical. She was wishing he'd be more excited.
"Well, if that dreadful thing hadn't had a seizure on the floor, like he did, just think it might have meant more money."
"We really needed to end it sooner, I think." Todd sighed now as he went to check on Lux who was awful quiet in her crib.
Lucy went to watch Todd in Lux's room.
"I really think we're on to something, here." She reached up and whispered in his ear. He faintly smiled. She knew this was no time to bring up Gage, who really wanted to stay the night.