An eyebrow raised, this time unintentionally. He was staying longer to visit her? She supposed that if he meant to leave that night, and she was interrupting his visit, that technically it was just true. Still, the possible implication was that he might take additional time specifically to see her. In a place where it was often hard to find someone that she felt might genuinely both feel for her - even as a friend - and deserve her own feelings in return, that was of great value. Perhaps it was her bias; she understood that people were people, and some Sunagakure ninja who were Genin now, for example, were not even alive when she acquired her grudge. Still, she couldn't ever quite feel that someone who was a Suna native would actually consider her as anything more than a subjugated foreigner. This man, however, was from the same shady forest as she, and allowed his distaste for the desert to show more freely than her own. He felt kindred.
Her eyebrows raised, despite the incongruous hot flash and small goosebumps along her back, shoulders, and arms. "I never offered to let you stay with me," she began, her tone seeming surprised and amused by his apparent assumption. "... but I guess I do have the room. And I did suggest that you stay a bit longer. Well, if I'm ruining your plans that much..." she continued, tapping a slender finger against her chin and glancing up at the sky, as though thinking. "... I'll let you sleep at my place while you're in town." She smiled, and nodded, her gaze dragging from him to the small training area, marked with paint, chalk, a few training dummies, and some free weights. "For now, though... ready to get physical?"