Susan had some of the best examples growing up that molded her into the kind and caring and understanding woman she is now. Her aunt taught her to be fair and just in her actions and decisions and her parents taught her how to be patient and accepting of all people. Green eyes watched Marcus as he spoke, she listened and remained quiet. Her tea was completely ignored so all her attention could be on him.
Biting down on her bottom lip, Susan looked down at he tea once he was done. She wasn't quite sure what to say and in order to gather her thoughts and words she took a sip of her tea. "I think that if a person wants to better themselves and do good, they can't be all bad." Nursing her tea, Susan kept her gaze on the tea.
"I don't think you're as bad as you think you are. Misunderstood, yes, but you're not a bad person. A bad person would have kept walking if they heard screaming. A bad person would not be sitting here having tea with me."
Wiggling in her seat, she finally placed her cup down and looked up at Marcus. "Besides, I don't think all you have is quidditch. If Merlin forbid you lose Quidditch, you're bloody brilliant with plants. Honestly, I don't think I have seen a more beautiful garden."