There was no doubt that Susan had her aunt's mind when it came to juggling multiple tasks at once. "Well you have a lot more on your plate then I do, Ernie. You're trying to balance school work on top of Head Boy duties, it's very demanding on you." A tiny smile curled on her lips, as she grabbed the package of sugar quills from the table, and open them. Pulling out two she held one out for him, "You need to learn not to be so hard on yourself, you're doing a good job. Professor McGonagall would not have picked you if she didn't think you could handle it."
Sucking on the end of the sugar quill thoughtfully, "Well, it was still lovely, and just what all of use needed I think." Nodding matter of factly, Susan had to be a strange and rare form of a girl, caring and compassionate she was always willing to put the needs of others ahead of herself, and when it came to focusing on her, she found a way to include everyone else. Typically, this forced her to be a little timid in situations, trying to get a feel for other people before putting herself out there. She did shy away from big group gatherings, and for the record Dumbledore's Army has to be one of the biggest groups she has ever been a part of at one time.
Catching that sigh, her head tilted to the side as she pushed away her own thoughts to focus on Ernie. "Last week was a bit hectic, but I think you and Padma handled it well. At least this week slowed down, yeah? And there's no more reports of itchy students," The entire situation involving packages laced with itching powder was a bit immature. Susan could never fathom someone actually being that upset about the squid leaving.