If Caera had the capability to get mad or even annoyed, she would have right then. It was peace and quiet until one person entered the room. It was as if twenty people, thinking all at once, entered the room. That's how loud Thea was and Caera wanted to cry. Caera wanted to ask if she could think just a little bit quieter because Caera had just gotten over a headache. Of course, Caera often forgot a question like that was rather...off and people couldn't really control how loud their thoughts were. However, Caera paused, her words drowning in her throat, as she turned her head to look at the girl, her large, doe-like, eyes blinking once or twice. If Caera couldn't hear Thea's thoughts, she would have thought the Gryffindor prefect (what was her name?) had come in but that obviously wasn't the case. The other reason she paused was because Caera had initially thought that was going to be her side of the room. Having recently been allocated to a different dorm due to a mix up (meaning: she was separated from Titti and Caera was still mourning that fact), Caera had thought about taking the bed Thea was currently in. But that was okay, the other bed was perfectly good too. And Caera hadn't slept or even done anything to claim it, save for putting a box of cookies on the bedside table next to Thea's bed, so she didn't blame the blonde for thinking she could take it as well. The other bed was close to the window and the giant squid, though, so it worked out perfectly well. Thus, it seemed, Caera's peace and quiet time had ended so Caera guessed it was time to talk, especially considering Thea was going to be the one she was going to live with for the rest of the year. "Are you okay? You're really angry," she said as she moved over to grab her box of cookies. They were Christmas cookies cut into the shapes of Christmas trees. "Cookies? I made them this morning. I think they're nice, I could have kept them in a bit longer though," she offered as she popped open the box, frowning down at them.