Katie nodded in complete understanding. The elderly witch who ran the bookstore seemed to be a lot like Tom; since it wasn't too busy at this time of year - after the school rush and all - Katie pretty much just sat around all day, making small talk with her, at least when she was around.
She also understood Angelina's routine. Katie's was very much in the same, except she still had no idea what her actual career path was. Her life seemed terribly tedious in the last few months, at least; it seemed like the same thing every day ever since she was released from St. Mungo's and she finished off her schooling.
"Speaking of boys," Katie began after a moment, grinning slyly at her good friend. "I just got into town a few days ago and I haven't been by to see our boys yet." She didn't add that she hadn't ever dropped in; she was sure Angelina would be able to pick up on that fact, alone. There were many things they had in common, Katie and Angelina, and some things were more... near identical than others. So to speak. It was also implied that she was obviously digging for more news with that statement; Alicia had told her what she knew, but Katie was sure that Angelina dropped by the shop much more often.
"And I agree!" She added as an afterthought, diverting the conversation back only for a moment. "We'll definitely need a girls night out soon enough." But then she grinned again, as if to wordlessly divert the conversation back yet again. The thing with Katie and Angelina was, they rarely seemed to have to use the actual English language in their conversations.