The giggling coming from her roommates were irritating her and she had a good mind to throw a mild stinging hex towards them to stop the tittering. Apparently there was some 'lovers squabble' going on in the common room. She didn't care to listen to who were having a tiff, and frankly couldn't care less, but the girls were distracting her while she was trying to finish off a letter for her brother.
"For Salazar's sake, just go in the common room and oogle the fight." She snarled, standing up and walking past the glaring girls. She'd been on a short fuse all day, after spilling juice down her shirt, losing one of her favourite bracelets and engaging in a verbal fight with her roommate who thought it was a good idea to rummage through Lottie's trunk for a spare top.
With a face of thunder, she headed out of her dorm and down the stairs to the common room. She could hear the faint words of whoever were having a tiff, vaugally recalling one of the voices but ignoring it in favour of leaving in search of peace. It wasn't until she felt a presence by her side that she slowed.
Tim? She hadn't had a proper conversation with him in... well it felt like forever. There was the pleasantries in the common room, and an occasional catch up session but never anything that lasted as long as it used to. She almost didn't know how to behave around the older boy.
"Somewhere quiet." With a glance back at the girl, she gave a soft laugh. "Yeah, feel free. I don't want to feed you to the snake." She didn't bother to keep her voice down, the girl didn't seem to be able to take no for an answer so she didn't deserve the decency of being discreet.
Without speaking another word she left the common room with Tim. She hadn't chosen anywhere in particular to go when she had stormed out of the dorm room and was floundering with something, anything, to say to Tim.
"I... Is the grounds an okay place for you? It's a nice day outside." Timothy Morrigan