They were still seventeen, both of them. It was their last year at Hogwarts, and a war raged around them. She feared for her family, feared for the people Lord Voldemort stood against. It was a different year, a darker year. Because they knew the world they were about to walk into, and for all their exams and careers advice, none of them felt at all prepared to step out into it.
She had spent a summer at war with herself, too, trying to reason out the suggestion that she fancied James Potter. She realised that she was right eventually, when they met again on the Hogwarts Express and seeing his face was the happiest she had felt in months…she didn’t fancy James Potter, she was in love with him.
But she was just a silly little girl and this was a silly little feeling, and it would go away eventually.
Only, it didn’t.
RONNIE LOOKS LIKE A DWARF IN HIS ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE (and thats cute)
Today’s thrilling adventures include a walk to the post office (with pit stops at the ice cream place and to pick flowers)