"Of course not, because nothing stays the same here and I'm fine with that as long as whatever comes next doesn't destroy the house. Or whoever." That was the recurring thought. He'd never trusted the idea that only good people showed up. It was bound to happen that people they didn't want would arrive.
"I think we need to increase the security spells here," he said after the moment. "Think about it. If people come from our same time frame, the most dangerous would likely be Slytherins and if they arrive and don't know what's going on, they might come here. I want to make sure that they can't come in."
He closed his own journal and turned his head. "I have more important things to discuss with you. Like the house. I want your input in what we should do with it since it seems unlikely that we're leaving any time soon."