Sitting between the shelves she leant her head against the cool wall, cooling her headache. She waited for Ginny who was making her way from Hogsmede. They both did but Faye had to leave early and had told her to meet up with her here. Juggling the bottle of painkillers in her pocket and tempted to take them she waited patiently for Ginny.
"Still there." She smiled meakly. "Come sit next to me." She patted the space next to her and squished up to the side of the bookshelf. Grabbing a book and pretending to be interested in it so they won't get into trouble she fumbled with her painkillers. "Maybe I'll just take paracetemol. Or something like that." She laughed. "Don't worry about it too much."
Faye laughed. "You psychic or something?" She fished out the small plastic bottle and chucked it at her. "It works miracles - just like magic. But really, you shouldn't have too much of it." She muttered. "Surely you must have had pills before right?"
Faye saw her blush and smiled at Ginny. "It's nothing to be embarassed about. Unfortunately I don't have a mum to fuss over me like that." She said bitterly. She grabbed the bottle and unscrewed it and emptied two pearly white pills but after second thought she emptied two more out and took it without water. Smiling casually at her she pocketed the bottle and felt a pang of guilt. She was meant to be a prefect, yet she was taking pills between bookshelves? Shaking the thought away she lay back and rested her head against the wall, waiting for the pills to take toll on her.
"Charms and transfiguration. I think...not sure. No wait - just charms." She sighed. The headache was slowly clearing and she could smile without pain. "So you in the quidditch team?" She asked, not wanting to talk about school work yet.