"I'll make a mental note of that," he said placing his hands in his pockets. Theo supposed he could find Ron anytime he wanted really. It wasn't as if he had to keep tabs on too many people. It was a relatively small population. He thought to explain what he had said but found that would be pointless, it was best to move along. He doubted very much that Ron would find it as amusing as he did in any case.
He nodded with understanding, keeping the area secure was necessary even if he planned to keep on doing what he wanted to anyway. It wasn't as if he was up to something, so as far as Theo was concerned he could come and go as he pleased. He'd just have to take more care in where he went and when was all. "I don't suppose you've given any thought to, I don't know, finding a way to pinpoint when people arrive," he said while musing on a thought. "It's not out of the realm of possibility to put something in place."
Theo took a few steps back when Ron jumped off his broom, taking care to not crowd the other man too much. "Well Weasley, charm is reserved for other situations that don't really apply now," he said plainly. "I walk everywhere most days, I wander around and think. I smoke and I think. I drink and I think about things and I watch and I pay attention to where people are. I suppose I will have to pay attention to the sky as well now," he said in good enough humor. "It's not really all that much to read into. I just like to roam a bit. It's a little confining being stuck here."
Theo started to move, walking slowly, not wanting to outpace his new found company. He waited for Ron to fall in step and turned to slightly too keep an eye on him as he moved along. "Someone suggested I try being more direct, so here we are," he said pleasantly enough. "So I'm trying that on today. And we have to all try, it's sort of unavoidable really. Our social circles overlap a bit, as I am sure you know," he explained. "I feel like Draco would appreciate if I at least try."