Re: Myron & Lilu
"Not all. I have a big family. My two brothers are here, and my much younger father, my paternal grandparents, an aunt and uncle, and a cousin. And I know. That seems like a lot but. I'm a Weasley. We're known for two things: red hair, and being prolific." Honestly, it was almost a miracle that there weren't five times as many of them, though probably that had been an intentional move on the part of her uncles' wives. Plus, Uncle Charlie had never had any kids at all, so he was really the smart one. "I'm really glad they're here, though. I'd be lost without them, especially my brothers."
She shrugged. "There was a week or so where we all had different people's memories. It was weird and awful, but I don't think anything like that will happen this time. We've been very clear in our intentions about this dinner, and hopefully the castle can read into them. There has to be some benefit to this sort of magic." She hoped, anyway. Time would tell.
"Oh, that's me. Reassuring people is my strength," she said, with a bright smile that was the complete opposite of the sarcastic comment. "It will be! I miss people! Big crowds of people to watch and get lost in." She nodded. "Oh, I agree, though I did my full seven and loved it, there's so much of the world out there. Eventually, I want to see all of it. Or at least as much as I can." If she had her way, that would be a lot.
"All right, I've got to finalize an outfit, and you can get back to your scribbling. Do you mind if I just sit here quietly though? I promise I won't peek at your journal."