"Okay, fair point," Ron said, and it was. He may have had Peter's memories, but he wasn't Peter anymore than Jamie was him or Peter was Padma. "And no, I'm not rushing but that's for a lot of reasons. I can leave you alone if you'd rather." He wouldn't blame Peter if he didn't want to talk; he certainly was in rush to deal with the Jamie situation. "It's good to be ourselves again, isn't it?"
Ron nodded in agreement. "That's what I was thinking earlier. It was something I'd thought about but I'm glad we're doing it now instead of then. It's the right thing, for her memory and for those who knew her." Ron hadn't known her well, but they were a small community, and her loss--along with the losses of Teddy, Glenda, and Cho--would be felt for a long time.