It was her second week on the station and she was finding people were very content to be in their own business and not expand their bubble much beyond that. On Luna, she was used to being busy -- between academics and extracurriculars, but here - it was work, gym, and then home. With not much conversation shared between any of those activities. Ceres wore its sullenness and angst like a blanket on a cold night. Everyone was agitated about something, and it was woven into everyone’s faces. She considered renaming the humanoid wrinkles that appeared around the eyes from crows-feet to ceres feet. Then again, nobody here knew what a crow was. She frowned slightly at that, and looked down at her bulb of coffee. The liquid inside the device warmed her palms through the container, and she took a sip. She’d reached out to a few people who bustled in an out of HQ for a coffee -- and today, @Lukas Forgrave had accepted. After checking in with @Vet, and her not having much to do right now (no direct cases assigned to her, and her probationary officer was probably really needing a break from her), the midday java wasn’t too arguable. Besides, it was always good to have a familiar face in a fight. She’d done her best not to read too much into Lukas’ file, and let the natural ebb of conversation bubble up anything worth noting. She’d be test trialling that today! There were some conversations floating around the café, but nothing worth latching onto for much longer than a few seconds. Most people were looking at their hand terminals and playing some games, no doubt on a coffee break from their jobs and just looking for some sort of distraction.