Meeting of the Affected and Unaffected.
Where: Great Hall
Approximate time: After dinner
"No sweetie, I asked specifically for the cranberry muffins! Can't have the blueberry ones, those are so dreadfully fattening! Do you know how much sugar is in one bite? Like...50 grams...or...something like that. Get the cranberry ones, those ones clear the mind and are more healthy for the body. Duh!" Angelina gestured the small house elf to take the small basket of nicely placed blueberry muffins and replace them with cranberry ones. Looking around the nicely set tables, she made sure that each one had muffin baskets, glasses filled with iced green tea, and even table coverings that cordinated with each house.
Extremely proud of herself, Angelina grinned as she strolled around each tables, making sure everything was perfect. "Well, all is needed are the students...and Luna. Where is that girl? Millad, do you know where she's at? Have you seen her? I'm almost positive she's questioned you about the food. She really ought to be here, I'm not much of a um...spokeswoman." Millad, a short, stubby house elf with one curl on the top of his bald head stared at her confusingly with his light brown eyes. "Millad, myself, hasn't seen young Luna, Miss Johnson. Millad apologises to being not of much help." He managed to say as he struggled to get a rather lovely tulip into the tall vase on the Ravenclaw table.
"Ah, very well, she'll be here, I suppose I shouldn't worry. It's just...she has this whole theory down a lot better than myself, and...I don't want to look stupid. Yep." Angelina smiled nervously, clapping her hands together as she looked around the hall one more time, in case she missed anything.
"Now, all I have to do is wait. Fabulous job, Millad...good job to all of you actually. I wonder if I could get you actual clothes as a gift. And...wearable shoes. Tattered socks will never do. Goodness." She smoothed down the bottom of her strapless pink knee length dress and fixed a loose button from her white cardigan sweater. "You all may um...well get some rest. I'll just wait here." She watched as all the house elves disappeared through the door, one by one until she was the only one in the hall. She sat at the Slytherin table, the table that she happened to be closest to at the moment, and waited, taking a sudden interest of the 2-dimensional silver serpent slithering around the Slytherin crest on the table cloth.
Current Mood: accomplished