Fair nods and smiles while waving the blacksmith farewell. She looks out the window while heads back to his home and wonders how does a blacksmith come by so much wealth to afford all of that.
Fair catches a glimpse of Krusten looking out her window at her, she tries to do a shy wave wondering if she is trying to make more of the blacksmith's visit.
Not waiting to see if she waves back she closes her curtains to end the scene. She then thinks about how it might of look. She checks her horse to see how he is getting along.
Fair pulls out her leather bag of horse tools and puts it around her neck and shoulder. She then goes over to her horse checking that he is well. She pulls out the brush and starts brushing him all over.
Fair waves back watching the blacksmith pass by and also checking the window of the fortune teller to see if she is keeping count of her interactions with the blacksmith.
Good, she isn't looking, she is relieved and gets back to what she was doing. She never thought village life would be so volatile from the start.