Her head followed Kennedy as she stood up. She hesitated, and eventually gathered herself and replied, "oh, thanks!" She followed her potential roommate into the line, the order for the barely-coffee already in her head. The queue wasn't too long, but with lunch time approaching it was only going to get busier. She slipped her hands into the big single pocket of her hoodie, smiling slightly. "That might be where I know you from, then. Well, apart from the other thing." The double eyebrow raise at the last word would hopefully make it obvious what 'the other thing' was. "I was at Altsoba just last year. I've got a little sister who's still there, and my other little sister'll be going up in a couple years."
She was a little hesitant about the idea of another roommate. The higher the number of people, the higher the possibility of conflict. She wasn't going to trip an idea at the starting line, though. She smiled, hoping the pause wouldn't be noticed. "Sure, seems cool." She nodded. "As long as we all get along," she added lightheartedly. "Just to be sure, that means that the rent written on the ad would be split three times?" She held up three fingers, looking a bit stupid. She put her hands back in her pocket.
"Nothing crazy. Double majoring in Acting and Potion Making," she more mumbled the last part. She laughed a little. "I know, they're not related, like, at all, but I really like them both so..." She shrugged. "If we do end up sharing the apartment, I promise I'll keep all aspects of both courses in my own room," she promised with a laugh. "What about you?" The length of the line was short enough that Margret managed to get her order in. She moved to the side of the counter, waiting for the coffee while paying more attention to Kennedy.