Edie still felt a little uncomfortable sitting in the chairs, where just last night the members of the Circle of the Goddess had sat with Payton and Elena’s blood all over them, but they seemed to have been cleaned well; she couldn’t see any trace of blood on them. Anyway, she was sure she couldn’t stand here all night, or however long it took for Troy and Link to attract Gerlina’s attention, so she took a chair and dragged it over to the window.
Corrie followed her example. Dawn grabbed two chairs and placed the extra with its back against the window, the seat pointing toward the three of them. “You can put the stones there,” she said, gesturing to the seat.
“Good idea,” Corrie said. She put the four stones in a row along the front of the seat. Edie took her notebook back out and set it behind the stones so they could all see it, though it would be harder to see as the light dimmed.