Oh dear! This book tends to be tempermental from time to time, particularly when it thinks that I've been neglecting it! Another lovely bouquet of chrysanthemums that Arthur had brought me home have been eaten! Arthur, dear, perhaps this little blighter might not find another type of flower to be so appetising. I just thought I'd tell you so you could tuck it away for future reference.
I've taken leave from the flower arranging and ceramics painting classes that I've been taking at the community centre in the next village over. After everything that's happened recently, I thought it best if I were to be more readily available. You never know when an emergency will sprout up or you just need your mum these days, so you lot be sure to owl or floo if needs be. Yes, Fred and George, that goes for the both of you as well.
Ronnie, dear, I haven't heard from you in a while. Do let me know how you're doing; a mother always worries, you know.
Ginny, the same goes for you. I know that you've gone through something terribly trying, but you can talk to me about it.
Harry? If there is anything that Arthur and I can do for you, just say the words. We think of you as one of our own and we've been worrying about you as much as our other children lately. I'm very proud of you and what you do for the wizarding world.
Hermione, congratulations on your book, dear. Your mum and dad must be so very proud. If you're still needing some information or research, I've the name of a witch in Kensington that might be of some help to you.
Luna, I've found a curious figurine with talking daisies and squirting erumpents on it behind an old pot of floo powder out in the shed. Would you like it? I can place it in the parcel of toffee and scones I'm putting together for Ron and Ginny if you do.
William? Charlie? Nymphadora? I've parcels on the way for you lot as well. Yes, there is toffee.
Well! I've prattled on so much in here that I'm nearly late for my tea with dear old Mrs Fiddlesticks down the lane. Take care, everyone!