She looked through the case files as she waited for Harris' response; however, the reaction she received was not the one she had been looked for. His facial expression had changed as did his tone; it was interesting as he spoke to her as if she was nothing more than a child playing games. He'd asked her to get off his desk which she did almost immediately, her eyes never left him as his voice continued to echo through her ears. His disapproving look and un-amused body language was something that she was used to by now, however, the words that left him did nothing more but anger her. She had clearly misjudged him and actually thought that he was more than just a miserable agent, unfortunately this act clearly proved her wrong.
As he walked over to the door, her facial expression changed and a confused look on her face was more and more apparent. "Hmph" She walked over to her desk and picked up her bag, opening it casually she pulled out a small white envelope. "A game you say? Wow I've heard a lot of bull in my life but this one definitely wins first prize" She walked over to his desk in a huff and slammed the envelope on his desk. "There's your medical clearance you asshole, I was going to give it to you at dinner along with an explanation. But clearly I was very mistaken" She gathered the case files and held them closely to her chest before releasing a deep sigh. Then his words began to hit below the belt, this in turn forced her to laugh in a condescending tone. She at this point felt that there was no need to raise her voice as they were, in a 'professional' establishment.
"Is that what you really think? You think that all I care about it surpassing my sister?" She walked to the opening of the door before turning her head to face him; another sigh escaped her lips before she began to talk again. "You know it's funny; all I used to think about was surpassing my sister, but that was before I met you and after a while all I wanted to do was make you happy and proud" She chuckled briefly. "Guess I got that one wrong too, didn't I agent Agent Harris" She walked out of the door far enough for him to not notice the hurt look on her face; Adeline could see but chose to remain oblivious to the current situation, she continued to speak. "I'm going home and I'm going to keep working on this case, because unlike you, I'm not willing to allow those potential victims to die. Good day Mr. Harris" With that she continued to walk away, she wasn't sure why he was acting this way but it was apparent that it wasn't out of concern.
She felt so angry inside, but there was no use crying over spilt milk. She decided that she was going to keep working on the case without him, but in order to do that she needed a clear mind so that she could think clearly. Getting into her car she drove to the nearest diner she could find so that she could do just that; the diner she had found was just less than 2 miles from the office and was located next to a small ice-cream cafe. The place felt homely and relaxing, so relaxing in fact that she decided a coffee was not going to cut it. Filtering through the menu she found something that would definitely tickle her fancy; she called over the waitress and placed her order. "Hi can I get the blueberry pancakes, extra syrup and a large peach Iced tea please" She smiled and handed the waitress the menu, smiling the waitress muttered "Coming right up"