He'd keep an eye on that, just in case Hestia though she'd be bothering him. He had no doubt Zeus would make noise, but he'd learned Poseidon only respected physical strength. "Truth."
He could relax around his sister and he took advantage of that. He'd been stressed for the last few days. "Hestia, solving Olympus' problems through fussing." He chuckled to that.
The mention of Persephone made him smile. "Well. Very well. When it became winter she said I ought to surprise her. Sweep her off her feet. She apparently enjoyed the things I gave and brought her to. We're going to try and continue seeing one another during spring." He waved a hand, "she doesn't like fearing me during those months it seems. Demeter's going to let me hear about it when I come by, I'm sure." He ran his fingers through his hair, not minding on sharing this with Hestia. She wouldn't judge.
"I have no clue what I'll do, but I told her I'd try." He looked around the place, "she may enjoy this place."