When Harry arrived at the Burrow after being rescued from the Dursleys by Ron, Fred, and George, she became extremely shy in his presence.On their first meeting, she came down for breakfast to find him sitting at the table.
As the train pulled out, she began to cry, despite her brothers promising to send her loads of owls and a Hogwarts toilet seat.She ran along the platform after the train, half-laughing and half-crying, then stopped to wave them off.Despite being too young to attend the school, she still begged her mother to let her go with them.While saying goodbye to her brothers, she found out that Harry Potter was on the train, and tried to get her mother to let her go on the train to see him.It also overlooking the family's orchard and was decorated with posters of the Weird Sisters and Gwenog Jones.
Despite the majority of her brothers being keen Quidditch players, she was not allowed to play with them when she was a child.
When the Hogwarts Express returned to King's Cross in June 1992, Ginny was with her mother to welcome her brothers back and was again excited to see Harry, pointing him out to her mother as he came through the barrier between platforms nine and ten.
After seeing Harry Potter at King's Cross, Ginny developed feelings for him and talked about Harry all summer.
She was also an accomplished Quidditch player, playing Chaser and Seeker at different times for the Gryffindor Quidditch team.
After the Second Wizarding War Ginny became a professional Quidditch player for the Holyhead Harpies.
Ginny had always been shy around Harry Potter, when she had blushed and ran back to her room, and put her elbow in the butter dish.