Cormag was that guy who found it hard to keep from fidgeting, when he'd spent too long sat in the same place. A chronic problem in itself, when his job could involve plenty of desk work. And yet another reason why he was adamant he'd work out that evening; for then, settling for walking the long route to get coffee.
Once in sight of where he could get a drink, he practically made a beeline for it. No doubt he wasn't the only one with that desperate mindset. Soon enough with a hot cup in hand, privately hoping the afternoon passed quicker than the morning had.
But for now, he had a lunch break even if his food was mostly finished before he even left his office. The break was a reprieve he was going to enjoy, unless another 'urgent' message was to come through for him, he thought grimly.
Cristal needed a break, a nice big mug of tea and probably a massage. That last bit certainly was not going to happen. She sighed deeply as she made her way over to one of the little caffees to cater to the ministry folk. Barely anybody liked going out into muggle London and Cristal kimd of understood why. She had a past boyfriend she'd kept secret from most of her relatives because he was a muggle and a huge nerd. He'd gone off to Japan for his education in the end so they broke up because they'd barely be able to see each other. He didn't know about her magic.
Most of the tables were taken so when she spotted a man sitting on his own she went over to his table. "Do you mind if I take a seat here?" She asked, her hands hugging her mug of tea. She thought she recognised him as one of the higher ups in the beast control part but she wasn't quite sure. She potentially would find out if the man felt like being social.
A good cup of coffee was worth the wait, yet having it in hand was undeniably a comfort. He'd need it to finish off the day. The temptation to sip at it even while it was so hot, there; though he resisted. He could wait; so far.
Another distraction coming with a simple question. Cormag able to give something of a half smile, regardless of how much paperwork did wait on his desk still. "Go ahead." Unable to quite wait long enough, it seemed, as he did take his first sip of what was still a coffee a little too on the hot side. Oh well.
But her, she seemed familiar, he had the niggling feeling she was one of the law enforcement lot. A department he was in touch with more than most others. All the same, he decided to ask, having paused briefly for that assessing glance at her. "Law enforcement, right?" Questioning with the narrowed eyed look of a man who wasn't completely sure on that thought.
She took her seat and blew on her drink to cool it down a bit. It was wonderful that they served it hot and Crystal fully enjoyed it but it needed time to cool down. The man she shared a table with seemed to asses her for a moment before he put her with law enforcement. Well, she supposed that was correct. She gave him a friendly smile. "Yes. Auror to be exact." She clarified.
She put her mug down since the tea was too hot to drink anyway at this moment. "You're with beast control, right?" She inquired with at least mild curiosity. That was quite an interesting department. Crystal prefered dealing with rogue humans over rogue animals or beasts though, otherwise it could have been a different department she'd ended up working with. Being an auror suited her best though.