Anastasia looked back at the male in complete awe as he began to move the bed towards the door. Quickly she grabbed the duffle bags to keep them out of the way as Connor began to pile furniture against the door to ensure they would be safe should anyone try to enter the room they were residing in. She couldn’t help but feel a warmth spread over her chest as she watched him.
He was so determined to keep them safe despite having just met only earlier that day. It gave Ana hope that there are still decent people in the world..that is if they manage to survive this mess that has begun to spread nationwide. Her gaze watched him for a moment longer before his voice caused her to blink a few times in confusion. As she looked back at him standing by the bathroom door, a light blush dusted the woman’s cheeks as she gave a quick nod.
“R-Right of course..” She murmured, grabbing one of the duffle bags and making her way over to him and settled the bag on the counter. She gave a few hums before she looked to him then to the toilet, motioning for him to sit down so she could begin assessing his wounds. “With the shock and adrenaline from having gotten in an accident and then playing hunter, i’m sure you didn’t realize the blood was coming from a pretty large gash on your forehead..”
Her voice was scolding and concerned but also gentle and full of warmth as she turned to him, lifting a sanitary napkin, wiping it around the wound and along his face, cleaning the blood from it lightly. “You have a bruise on your right cheekbone as well, we have a few cold compresses that we just need to break to get it to freeze up, you’ll put one on that bruise..” She murmured as she continued to clean his face up.
With a small sigh, she turned back to the bag, grabbing peroxide and a large cotton cause patch. As she soaked the patch, she moved back to stand in front of him with an apologetic smile. “This is probably going to hurt a lot but please bare with me okay? I need to disinfect it before i bandage it up.” She explained lightly before sighing a bit and finally pressing the gauze to the gash on his forehead.