Cassandra watched him as if this were the most fascinating thing she'd ever seen. Muggles thought of the strangest thing - though she was sure there were magical alternatives by now. Still, it was very cute. "I might have to find some sweets to put in it - just so we can use them properly."
Ah, now that was a question. She frowned slightly, "After a... serious vision, it's very painful. The headaches are always getting worse and my memory is worse already." Cassandra paused, meeting his eyes for a moment, "There are other options, of course, but they are things like the childbed - like my mother." And that option specifically struck terror in her, visible in her eyes, in the tension in her shoulders.
Cassandra shrugged her shoulders, "I liked you from the first moment, as I've said. Besides your question about the moon - there was just something about you."