"It seems like." Paige said as her eyes followed the girls that Billie had pointed out. She would have gone insane by now. She didn't know how Billie did it. If it was her, she probably would be up and about incessantly asking people if they wanted help - to please take her help - just to keep from going too bored out of her mind. As much as she complained about it, Paige liked keeping busy. Not busy enough not to have fun but just busy enough.
"The apartments are good as they'll ever be." She sighed slightly and her shrug was even slighter. "We tend to have politics cropping up now and again, but things seem to have died down. Hopefully they stay that way for a little while." Paige did not envy Buffy at all some days. It had been bad enough being Headmistress to a magic school. She didn't miss those inner squabblings and petty actions at all. "As for the wild parties," Paige's tone became very sour and it was all she could do not to roll her eyes. If it wasn't for the fact that she trusted Buffy and the fact that Andrew had vounched for Spike more than once before? Paige would have long kicked him out. "Spike's gotten a warning. Maybe this time around he'll get a clue and not pull a stunt like that any time soon." If not, ever again. "How about you?" Paige physically pushed all thoughts of Spike away with the action of brushing and tucking some of her hair to behind her ears. "Been going to any wild parties lately?" She sing-songed just a bit, teasing. "If you have. Tell me where. And please tell me that it only isn't for the college crowd. Because it's a major pain finding a dance club that doesn't cater to the college crowd around here."