"Can do!" Alicia exclaimed, saluting him as he headed away from her. It didn't prove to be too much of a problem. There wasn't anyone in the store, from what she could tell, other than herself. When he came back in, she slid a bit more onto the counter and reached out to take the broom from him.
"I promise I'll be extremely careful," she told him, taking the broom and giving it a look over. "No more trying to learn that move." She sighed, looking from the broom, which she put in her lap to George. "Do have to keep my end of the deal, don't I?" she questioned. "Right. I was bewitching the quaffle to fly over my head and I was standing on my broom to reach it. Wasn't doing too well and once I slipped off completely. Took a bit of a fall, managed to cast a cushioning charm to break my fall," she explained, "But my broom was taking a nose dive for my face and I panicked. Pointing my wand at it and," she made a explosion noise and made an accompanying hand motion. "No more broom for Alicia."