"True," he agreed. "They shouldn't be sending their talent off to fetch snacks when you've got trainees running about."
"Don't worry about checking in on me," he said, giving her a small smile. "I'm a big boy. I won't say no if you decide to drop by for tea tomorrow afternoon though. No actual dropping of tea though, please."
Slinging his satchel over a shoulder, he extended his hand.
"I'll let you get back to work to break the bad news. I ought to be going."