Winter's lips spread into a grin at Abraxis' clear joy at being able to get candy. She was hardly surprised that he requested chocolate. After all, was not chocolate not only the most popular of candies? It was practically a nectar for pleasure. She had yet to meat a single person who didn't like the sweet and really anyone who didn't like the candy usually meant they just didn't like it best.
She nodded and moved to get the sweet, only to stop when she heard a very audible crash. She held back a groan, knowing well enough that she would have to take care of this. After all, someone could have easily been hurt and there was only so much the employees could do and technically in a situation like this she had to be there. Sometimes, she really did hate her job.
However, she did have to hold back a grin when she heard Abraxis shout that he hadn't done it. Somehow, she wasn't sure if she could believe that. After all, Binxes somehow had a knack for getting mixed up into trouble one way or another, no matter whether they were good or not.
Rushing towards the trouble. her eyes flickered about the area. She held back asking if anyone was hurt. Such an obvious question. She grimaced at the mess, her eyes landing on a boy who had a guilty expression written on his face- no doubt the culprit. Holding back a sigh, she ordered several of the employees to clean up the mess. Wands waving about, the mess was quickly taken care of. However, Winter couldn't help but scowl. The candy that had been scattered would all go to waste, unable to be sold. And the money that would be wasted would have to come from somewhere. Her nose wrinkled, unhappy at the turn of events.
Holding back a sigh, she put on a fake smile and turned to the parents of the child. Why couldn't have fashion turned out well for her again?