Ginny leaned back slightly, chagrined. She hadn't meant to sound accusing, the whole thing was just driving her mad. She wanted so badly to help Sam, in any way, but there was nothing she could do. Chances were that her mum was not going to be found. She didn't have the heart to bring it up to Sam though, she was only just starting to be a little alright again. She'd sunk low after the owl from her sister and then just when she'd started to show a little bit of the old Sam, she'd had to break the news to her brother and had gone right back down again. The only good thing about it was that it kept her mind off the fact that Luna was still missing. Every time she thought about the Ravenclaw, there was a huge guilty pang in her stomach. She'd been so wrapped up in her own things, in Sam and Harry and everything that she hadn't paid much attention to her friend and she didn't want to regret that forever.
"Really?" It took Ginny a moment to focus her attention back on Charlie. "You would?" This was big. Sam hadn't ever Met any of her family. It wasn't a big deal, but at the same time it was. Her girlfriend was going to be meeting her brother. She grinned inwardly, just at the thought of Sam. "I'd love that." At Charlie's promise, she narrowed her eyes playfully. "Charlie Weasley, I don't believe you!" She cried, grinning widely.
Snagging another cookie, she leaned close, lowering her voice secretively and pulling a serious face, her eyes snapping mischievously. "I hear that some people add a little something to their coffee... if you know what I mean."