The boy’s smile changed when she forgave him for bumping into her. This time it seemed like a genuine smile and that was good. The fourth year knew that if her mother was here she would’ve kicked up a fuss. She’d probably would’ve demanded a chair or something. It was probably an all around good thing that her mother couldn’t come to RMI with her. He thanked her and said they couldn’t make a mess before they had started and she shrugged.
“Well the good thing about being at a school full of magic users is that messes get cleaned up pretty quickly.” If she were a muggle there would be no way she would sit on the ground in an outfit that cost more than some cars but she was a witch and had been trained by a maid how to care for the items she wore with magic. Tonight she would make sure any minor thing would be taken care of before she went to bed.
When he introduced himself as William Bloom she tried to remember if she had heard of the last name Bloom. It wasn’t one she was familiar with but that didn’t mean a thing. She didn’t know a lot of Irish families after all.
“It’s nice to meet you Will.” She said with a smile before answering his answer. “I am. I think I might actually be able to keep up this year. What about you?” She took another small bite of her salad after she asked. It was only polite to keep the conversation up now that introductions were made even during a meal. It was a skill she had learned early in her life. Formal dinners were a huge part of the Savannah society and taking small bites and not scarfing down her food were all trained into the fourteen year old.