All sorts of little things I'm wondering about, today. Such as the favorite colors of certain persons, and the favorite foods of certain others. I'm beginning to think trivia is taking over my life... at least it's important trivia.
Arthur, dear, if you're going to be late for dinner tomorrow, could you let me know? I'll keep it warm and eat with you when you get home.
Bill and Charlie, I haven't heard from either of you recently. I do hope you're both in good spirits and good health, and that you'll write to your mother soon. Charlie, you especially; or if he won't, Nymphadora dear, do please write me yourself. I worry, of course, and I'd be ever so glad to see you as often as you can make it over the summer.
Fred and George, the same goes for the two of you. I hear from you frequently when you're in need of a decent meal, but I don't know what's gone on in your lives of late. Will you be stopping by this summer? I'm hoping the Burrow will be quite full of friends and family, and if you've certain someones you'd like to bring home, I'm sure there's plenty of room.
Ronnie, dear, I know things haven't gone as well as they ought for you, recently, but I know you're a brave boy and will keep your chin up in the old Weasley way. I'm proud of you, dear, though I do still wish things were different.
Ginny, I think you and I need to have a few of those old heart to hearts we used to have when you were little. I'm proud of you as well, but I've read what you've written and I worry about my youngest baby.
Harry, Hermione, will you be visiting this summer at all? I know I've asked before, but I had no idea how many things would change in the space of a few weeks. There are all new places you'll be going I think, Harry especially, and possibly people to see, and while I don't precisly approve of the entire affair... well, that is that.
Pansy, I will assume you'll be coming over the summer as you said, regardless of what happens or has happened. You're a friend of the family now, and you're a delight to have in the kitchen helping me with dinner. Do please say you'll come.
And to my ladies' tea circle: apparently, Remus has started without us, but that doesn't mean there isn't plenty to do. Let me know if you'd like to help.
That reminds me: Remus, I've hired a set of pattern books; you ought to see what they call decorator colours these days. Still, there'll be some fabrics here that will make the place quite lovely, I think.