OOC - not that there's to much info for you there.
Gale tipped back the bottle her nerds and took a mouthful of the small pebble like sweets as she leaned on the bar. She set under the little roof and peered out, out into the the road. A little dirt road that cars passed by on regularly but other then that it was relatively quite just outside of the town. It been like that for a while and she wasn't asking for anything to change. The last disturbance someone had caused had landed them far far away from this place. Nothing major was supposed to happen in this area for a while any how, It was one of the quite little spots she liked.
She stretched slowly, tipping the stool back till she was leaning against the back wall. She reached over her head to one of the selves and pulled off another bottle full of candy and took a swig of it. Human candy was pretty damn good, And there weren't a lot of other places that could top it. Though she did have a few stored back in the back, in the TARDIS. But they were so sweet they couldn't be eaten on a regular basis, every few years or so.
Her eyes watched a car drive by, the occupants looking at her through the windows before vanishing in a small cloud of dust. She took another swig of candy before looking down to see a small face peering at her from over the counter. She let out a small sigh before tipping the stool forward again and leaned on the counter down at the small child. "And what do you want?" she asked before watching him silently point to a pint of chocolate kisses.
She reached over and plucked three out and dropped them in the waiting hands before leaning on one palm and ruffled the kids hair. "didn't your parents ever teach you not to take candy from strangers?" she murmured watching the kid unwrap and stuff a sweet into his little mouth before smiling up at her. It wasn't unusual for kids to walk up, and she never said no to giving them a little bit of candy. Not soully out of the kindness out of her heart though.. little kids tended to whine when they didn't get what they wanted.
But some of the parents didn't appreciate it, she just shrugged them off. "Alright, you've got your candy, off home with you." She told the kid before leaning back once again in the stool and watching as he waved and scurried off across the road and through a field.