Lillian nodded with a big grin as Xavier see me surprised. Well, Xavier, this is Lillian, you better get used to it. He seemed to find what she said amusing, too. Well good for him. Lillian had been one thundered percent serious, so. She shifted in the chair she had just fallen off of, her backside no longer hurting. Pain was something Lillian knew well, clumsy as she was, and she was fast to recover.
Xavier agreed with Lillian, saying his mum "leaps before she looks". Lillian nodded slowly, looking impressed. "She seems very interesting. My mum is pretty cautious." Although Lillian did not enjoy it, she still loved her mum. It was just hard. Her being her.... and her mum being her cautious self.
Her father, though, was all into everything. Lillian couldn't understand why her father had been so shocked at the magic. "Yeah, my dad fainted in the garden that day." She said.
To Lillian's joy, the conversation went back to Peeves. Sure, she hated him. But did she really hate him? Lillian nodded, impressed. "That's so cool! Yeah, Peeves couldn't sing for his life." She said. Then she smiled evil when Xavier claimed he "wished there was a way for him to get a taste of her own medicine" Then she burst out laughing. "That's why he torments me so much! Okay. So it was winter, right? Me and three others were having a snowball fight when Peeves joined us. He was tormenting everyone, so I grabbed a giant snowball, threw it at his face, and called him a few silly names." She said, smiling at the memory. Dumbledore had arrived after that and gave her five points for being brave.
Lillian couldn't help but laugh when Xavier agreed with her statement. She wasn't offended at all, because it was true. He said something wasn't right. "What do you think it is?" Then he seemed to know. He said it was her other hand, her left hand. She nodded. "Oh.. okay!!" He moved the vase in front of her, and Lillian instantly thought of strawberry icing." AH-gwah-MEN-tee!" Just as she expected, nothing great happened. A little bit if water came out, but it barely made the vase. She gave an exasperated sigh.