Sapphire looks on with her hands behind her back making two fingers crossed hoping that whatever Thorin said would be good enough to gain some lodgings or at least some information about the village. She says nothing.
Programming is the art of telling another human being what one wants the computer to do. -- Donald Knuth
Upon hearing the voice of a stranger she is notably surprised. She squints hard to see you, shows no emotion and then goes silent which makes you a bit worried. Then, without much fuss she turns and says,
"Well come, don't let the chill in and make sure to shaketh the dust from thy footing before entering."
You go into the old woman's hut and see nothing remarkable or unexpected. She bids you to have a seat and says,
"I have a brew on I will maketh fer thee too. Like thine with sugar or milk or both?"