Katie and Leanne went into the Three Broomsticks.
They sat at a table, and almost immediately, a waitress was at their table.
“Good afternoon, ladies, how may I help you?”
“I’ll just have a Butterbeer,” said Katie.
“I’ll have pumpkin juice,” said Leanne.
“Alright,” said the waitress, her Quick Quotes Quill jotting down their orders. “Hogsmeade day for you lot?”
“Yeah,” said Katie.
The waitress smiled and stalked off, leaving Katie and Leanne to themselves.
“It’s a shame that there isn’t a Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezeys here,” said Leanne.
“I know. Anyway. Quidditch isn’t going to be quite as difficult as I imagined. Have you noticed Malfoy slacking off?” asked Katie.
“I know! I’ve seen some of their practices while outside. They’re terrible.”
“Oh. I’ve got to use the loo,” said Katie.
She walked into the ladies’ lavatory. When she did, she noticed a lady standing in the doorway, watching her.
When she came out, the same lady was standing there.
“Obliviate,” said the lady.
The memories of seeing the strange woman were Obliviated, but somehow, a barrier blocked all of her other memories from escaping.
“Imperio,” said the lady. She thrust a package into Katie’s hands. “Deliver this to Albus Dumbledore.”
Katie nodded and turned around. She walked briskly out of the Three Broomsticks, desperate to deliver the package to their headmaster.