"They didn't with me, but I guess that's because I agreed. I have no idea with Jamie, though." She sighed. "I don't know, I don't think I would blame that many people if they took those memories, because they don't belong to them. They visions are mine."
Parvati felt that the situation was very much alike, but she trusted her sister. "I trust your instinct on this, and I suppose you are right." She smiled a little. "The Gryffindor self-righteousness gets the best of me. I can't help it."
She chuckled. "That's another reason I was happy if they had taken more memories from me. It's... exhausting to carry them. I honestly don't know if he can understand, but that's where we are, and I don't know if I want to shake that tree. I don't know what the solution is, but I did want you to know about what's happening. Just in case they get to me despite precautions. Now how about we go to the pub and drink at ten in the morning, because that's the Potter/Weasley way."