Ginny quite enjoyed the company of this Sirius Black and though she knew that in some point she'd have to think about the future, his future and how maddeningly wrong it would get, but she'd muse about that later, right now it was his warm smile and funny remarks what she cared for.
"Oh believe me I agree! I'm planning on becoming professional" It was true Ginny had given much thought to it, though she'd like to give ehr life for something deep and meaningful if the war was over she could see herself living of quidditch.
Ginny completely failed to notice the boy's uncomfortable perception, when she touched his hair, perhaps it was strange, but why did he have to feel so familiar? Ginny wouldn't take this liberties normally, but this was different, at moments she forgot of his real identity and at others she could help but do the connection. Sirius was so important on Harry's life that Ginny had heard almost everything, she wondered what Harry may feel at the moment but she couldn't quite bring herself to ask, she had enough with her own issues.
Her face saddened to his words, it was true, how could they ever be close to friends if she was unable to tell him of her life? Ginny was a girl with set ideals and would risk anything for them, anything except her family and friends.
"I can..." She could, nothing really stopped her. "I can't tell you everything, of course, but I think we may have already changed the 90's just by being here, is that even logic?" She sighed and stumbled rather clumsly to sit on the grass, she made a long pause. Ginny was slightly nerveous and flicked her hair behind her ear as she usually did on such occasions.
"I can tell you one thing though" It was risky and revealed a lot but she guessed they were wondering and it would help them feel easier around her. She rolled on her back until she was next to Sirius almost a few inches away. She looked at him very seriously and said " All secrets are safe."