"I know. Mr. Potter sent that list." She had tried not to think about it too hard. "I had Lily Luna's memories; we stayed in the family." She smiled. "Dad has a very interesting life. My upbringing was very unorthodox, going on tour, witnessing things that no child should witness, but it's life with the Weird Sisters, you know? I wasn't the only child there. Plenty of them had children. Is there something in particular that's bothering you about those memories?" she asked, curious.
She nodded. "We- were. We dated for a long time and I thought we'd get married. He didn't agree with me and broke up with me. We barely talked after that until he showed up here. It seems silly to be upset with him when we're facing the end of the world."
She smiled again. Then the realization came that James was just so... happy with everything. It wasn't an emotion that she associated with the name Potter. "I know that you are hardly the normal Dad or Grandfather, but there's one thing that you can teach your family even now. You can teach them how to enjoy life and be happy. They suck at it."
Savannah chuckled. "I'm glad they paired us together. I'm told that I'm too optimistic and happy for most, but we'll get along just fine." She shrugged. "Guess that's why we have grids and a schedule with an undetermined termination date. I doubt we'll finish any time soon."