Percy still didn't understand, because this wasn't nor would it be the last time someone got hurt and there was nothing that could be done. He'd worry about the people who died in battle a lot more. "If that's the problem, stop being an Auror and start being a friend. I think Healers will help a lot more than having her dragged to Spain to be ridiculed by the Aurors there. Why didn't you report sooner? Why did you go with him? Why didn't ask for help? You know those questions will come, and if this woman is a rich pureblood, that will be a lot worse than losing her memory."
He nodded at the offer. "That would be perfect. I haven't been grocery shopping and I'm running out of food at the house." The fact that he'd spent the past three weeks here and hadn't eaten at home had contributed to the fact that the little food he had at home had been thrown out. "I'll see if I can manage to finish earlier."