"Sounds reasonable," he said with an understanding nod. He thought to himself that would be more than most people could handle under the best of circumstances, it was amazing she got as far as she did with it. He pushed off slightly from where he leaned against the shelf, placing his hands in his pockets.
"I did a bit. I worked in the department of mysteries," he said taking a glance at her rocking back and forth on her feet. It was endearing in its own quaint sort of way. "All the rooms, time mostly. It interested me most, just more variables. Cause and causality, all of that sort of thing. Although mostly I like to build magical devices or modify them. It's something extra to fill the time," he said trailing off.
"I will have a house elf deliver the documents to you on thursday. I'd like to finish what I have first. I do hope you like notes with notes in the margins. I tend to think of little asides as I go and have to go back."