His attention was drawn to the way her hair fell back over her face. It never wanted to stay where Lyla tried to put it. Didn't stop her from trying. He was glad she could smile now in spite it the day they'd had. It made him smile too. Or had it stretched to two days with all the time he was down and out? It didn't matter. "Fairly sure I can walk," he said without much authority in his voice. A button beside his bed called over a nurse. Tadgh asked if it was possible to leave and she went to check with a doctor. "Not sure what I'll wear out of here," he mused. "I'm guessing the shirt is either in a Star Helix evidence box or an incinerator." He looked down at the hospital issue sweat pants. "Hope we're not taking the tube back."