Heidi chuckled, "Yeah, I think Ginny could do some convincing." She knew if they asked, Ginny would be able to convince Katie. Ginny had that persuasiveness about her.
"Oh yeah?" she raised an eyebrow playfully. She kind of liked Tracey's Slytherin side. Especially when it would benefit her.
Watching as Tracey went to the stall, she stifled a chuckle as she heard Tracey's story. It seemed Tracey's plan just might work as she heard the rustling in the stall.
When they came out, Heidi folded her arms as she watched them. Glancing at Ginny, they exchanged knowing grins. Turning her eyes to Katie, she had to admit, the older girl was cute when she was flustered.
As they walked, it didn't take Heidi long to figure out where Tracey was headed and grinned to herself. Entering the room and seeing how it was decorated, Heidi gave Tracey an approving grin and let herself be dragged to the love seat.
Sitting down on it, she leaned back and wrapped an arm around Tracey's shoulders. When Tracey looked to her, Heidi took a moment to figure out what her girlfriend wanted her to do. "So, Gin." She grinned at the redhead, "sounded like you two were having a good time." She knew it wouldn't embarrass Ginny.