"Whom did you meet?", Ginny choked.
"Pansy and another girl.", I answered calmly and scooped some more porridge onto my spoon.
"And you survived?", she asked disbelieving.
"Obviously.", I mocked her and smiled.
She rolled her eyes but continued eating.
"However," I stated, "it was quite helpful. At least I know now, that Pansy didn't receive any mail either."
"Nevertheless, Pansy's friend is right, by saying that this could be a bad sign too.", she remembered me.
"Perhaps he's just having difficulties, getting used to his new environment.", I whispered.
The windows just below the ceilings opened and plenty owls entered. My eyes widened in excitement, as an owl flew up to us, however, tears shot to my eyes, as it dropped off the letter on Ginny's plate. Nevertheless, a letter was dropped in front of me too and my eyes lightened up.
I am truly sorry, for having you wait for so long. However, I had to do sstarted working in the shop around the corner, to earn some extra money. Eventually, I bought the both of us some of these mobile phonies - or whatever muggles call them. My number is already saved in yours, so we can keep closer contact to each other. It will only take seconds for us, to communicate now. No horrendous waits anymore, until the owl arrived and the other wrote back. Please don't be angry with me.
You're my everything,
"Told you, he was alright.", I stated, smirked at Ginny, grabbed the small parcel and left.