As soon as she heard the door open, Chika knew it was her friend entering. She was happy, that she had come. Now she just had to wait and see what was going to happen next. What would be said. If Camilla liked what had been done with the room, or thought it was too much. Chika was silent as she watched, closely studying her friends expressions and movements. So far it was good and Chika felt pleased. Finally, she had been able to help her friend. Since seeing the way she had been in class with the waterfall, Chika had been trying to think of anything that could help and she was sure this was in the right direction. Even as she watched Camilla walk around, she stayed where she had been. Yet, as soon as she noticed her friend was coming forwards, Chika knew what was going to happen and was all ready for it. Her friend loved the room, that was clear in that moment, yet she also needed to know that others were there for her. That was where Chika came in. "Grazie, Chika," her friend told her and Chika smiled into the hug, placing her arms around her in a tight hug. This was what they did. Helped each other, looked out for each other, and along with the other three girls, Chika would not ask for anyone better then having Camilla and them as her very best friends. Sure, lately she had been making other friends, which was good, but the girls were her everything these days.
"This is so thoughtful," Camilla told Chika and yet again she just smiled at her friend.
"I was in the hopes it would do you some good." she told her friend honestly. "I know how much these things mean to you, so I wanted to make you are home here at Hogwarts as best anyone can."
She was silent again as she watched Camilla look about some more, a smile still on her face, pleased that it was liked so much. She was sure that the other girls would know of this place soon, and it meant they could all spend some time together in her. When Chika had even mentioned the thought to her father, he had asked if she would use the room as well. She told him she would. Not as much as Camilla, but her family did go to church once in a while and so she knew what he was talking about. On those special days. Birthdays, Deaths, Anniversaries. The big meaningful times. Chika knew Camilla had more involvement then that, and so she was frilled to see how well it was going. How good of a job had been done to get this complete to how she had pictured it.
"How can I properly show you how much I appreciate this gesture? This means so much, that you would do this for me." her friend now asked and Chika right away shook her head. She should have expected it, but the note of being so pleased that her friend was pleased had wiped the thought from her mind. Now it was back and she was shaking her head. Going slightly red. The typical Chika as she was, could be there for others, help them, give them things. But when the table was turned, it was hard to explain, but she was not fond of the tables being turned. Her mother said she had such a good heart. That she gave instead of taking. She was not selfish and that was as Chika had always been. That was why she shook her head, still keeping a gentle smile in place.
"Oh no Cami. You do not have to show me anything. Just knowing you love this place is enough for me. I am your friend and that is why I did it. That is all that matters. To see you happy." she told her.