Another drink appeared in front of Alicia, replacing the one she had finished. She loved it when it got to the point that she no longer actually had to order to get a refill. "I wouldn't say I know him better. I know he loves Quidditch. And that he's at least okay with constantly arguing and bickering. That's about it, really," she said with a shrug as she took a small sip. Of course, Alicia probably knew more than just that about Wood. But she didn't want to make her friend feel bad. Especially since it was Katie who was in the relationship with him, not Alicia.
Alicia smiled when Katie said she'd help her find a flat. "Oi! I'm not that bad about sweets!" she said laughing. Katie had a good point. Alicia was pretty bad. She could live off of their fudge for every meal if it was an option. And then have a various assortment of their other sweets for snacks. She would probably end up fat. And with bad teeth. Of course, the journey to that disgusting point would be fucking amazing.
"Is something wrong with your current flat?" "It's in Wales? And I don't like being so close to home. It makes me feel even more guilty for never visiting," she said, taking another drink. Since her dad's death right before the Battle, Alicia had had minimal contact with her mum and brother, save for the game tickets she had sent to them. They'd never understood her passion for quidditch and once her dad was gone, she had no one on her side to defend her career choice. It just didn't seem like a pleasant situation.