Hestia watched in amusement as Charlie nearly swallowed the first bowl whole. She, herself, wasn't as hungry as Charlie appeared to be. But it was always that way. The man had an appetite on him, that was for sure. She glanced down at her bowl, she still having nearly half of it left. She shook her head.
"I'm alright," she said, smiling. She was glad enough he had liked it. She knew she could cook, her mum had taught her well enough, but it was always nice to see the reaction to it. "If you're asking about Dimitri, he's doing the best he can. Bloody pissed he quit, but he keeps telling me that he didn't think he'd be able to continue training. They replaced his mentors a couple of weeks ago - not the right kind of people to work under, it seems."
She sighed. Joshua, her brother-in-law, was still at the Ministry. While Dimitri seemed to think he had to leave, Joshua has been saying he feels it would be impossible for him to get out of the Ministry. But all the same, Hestia felt a bit safer knowing she knew someone on the inside.
"And Alexander is doing just fine," she laughed. "Silly git has got his own fan club now. It's a bit weird."