"I've always found it's easier to chat when you don't have to strain to hear the other person."
She rushed to keep up with him, wondering where he got his height from.
"I didn't really know her either." She confessed, giving a slight shrug. "It's always a shame when someone leaves us, especially if its' before their time. That seems to make it more shocking."
She was keeping a close eye on him as they walked. She had so many questions for him but didn't want to ask them just yet, hoping they might come up in the natural flow of conversation between them. There was something about young Albus that made walking with him in occasional silence peaceful. Lily had the feeling that he was the type who had a dozen ideas flitting through his mind at any moment. A real thinker.
"I did, for the most part. Didn't feel all that hungry, though." It wasn't as though she wanted to vent to her grandson, but Lily wasn't going to lie to him. "And you? How was your morning?"