Rolling over, Saibra noted a couple of things straight away as her eyes fluttered open. She was awake far too early. She knew it because Sarsk was still asleep, and normally he was the one to wake her up. She glanced towards the bronze's couch and sighed, wondering how he was able to sleep so deeply when she was awake, and wishing she could just fall back to sleep right along with him. But now that she was awake and contemplating the other thing, there was no way she'd be able to close her eyes, in part because of it. She was starving. She hadn't really eaten the day before, maybe because she'd been too busy to stop and eat, and now her body was pressing her mind, reminding her about why it was such a bad idea to skip out on a meal. This resulted in a groan and she rolled over, tried to press a pillow over her head, but it did nothing to hide the hunger pangs gnawing at her belly and rising to consume the rest of her. The only option was to get out of bed and eat something, then maybe get back to bed for another couple of candlemarks of rest.
Climbing out of bed, she didn't bother to dress. She was going to climb right back in eventually, so she just finger combed her hair which did little to tame the mass, and decided it would have to do. She just wanted to get to the dining hall and find some food. Her stomach growled at that moment, deciding it was a good time to tell her feet to move. However, despite the pangs, she stopped to give Lady of the Rose a little shake, and the garnet fancy flitt grumbled in her sleep. She peeled open an eye to look at her and snorted, closing a lid or two before Saibra could speak. "Should I take that as a no, leave me alone?" To answer her, the lizard closed the rest of her eye and the woman chuckled before leaving her alone. "Right, I'll bring you something for later, maybe." That was enough good humor, the rest left her the moment she came into contact with light and beyond the dens.
She was quick to make her way to the dining hall, and once there, she made her way to the table to gather herself a tray. There was so much on hand tonight, from meats to cheeses and fruits and vegetables, a few new things she'd never seen before that she was told should be eaten straight away so she could try some more, and a couple of drinks that were highly recommended. Adding a little bit of everything, she found a place to sit, then realized she didn't grab something and frowned. After setting it down, she started to make her way towards the table again, not realizing just how much of a mess she looked, but she was hungry, and eager to hurry, so at the moment, she didn't care.