Charlie nodded. He usually ended up outside the loop when it came to family matters, or at least was the last to find out about many things. Wondering if it was because his siblings thought him indifferent to their personal lives, Charlie frowned inwardly as Ginny listed those aware of her situation. Teaching at Hogwarts, he thRaought, would put him more on the inside of everyone's lives.
"That's great," he said, stirring sugar into his coffee. He wanted to jump into the 'you're young, you're heart will be broken' speech, but refrained. Charlie and Ginny were worlds apart, and perhaps she and Samantha would work out. His experiences with girlfriends while in school did not mean the same, or they meant hardly anything at all. Charlie had a great disinterest, albeit a couple girlfriends, and nothing serious enough to make it matter.
"And we don't have to talk about the details, Ginny. I'm glad you're happy right now. Merlin knows everyone should be, at least those fighting for the right reason."