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Harry's first steps on his unexpected journey
Harry and Lily have their first confrontation.
The real questioning begins.
Harry discovers a way to finally end the debate, once and for all
After a conversation with an old Professor, Harry finally discovers the truth.
Harry finally confronts Lily.
Now the truth is out, Lily and Harry have a proper conversation.
A bit of a trip down memory lane.
Lily finally learns the truth about her son.
It was late morning at Ottery St, Catchpole when two people appeared out of thin air. Well, to the eye only one would have appeared. The other was hidden under an Invisibility Cloak.
Lily gets introduced to Hermione in quite the unorthodox way
Harry pursed his lips and sighed. “Can we just…break it to him properly? Please? Don't just go barging down there and burst into the room yelling 'Surprise!' and throw confetti everywhere."
“You’re right, and if I were in your shoes…which I wouldn’t be because, honestly, Remus, what were you thinking when you bought those…I’d be as stubborn and angry about this as you’re being.’
Harry stopped as he looked down at her and realized just how closely together they were standing. It was cramped in the hallway, and her face was just inches from his. He could smell her perfume, something new, and didn’t know if he should move or stay.
‘Seriously mate; don't you ever get that little voice in your head that says ‘This is a bad idea’?”
“Of all the people to end up with it, I never…’ he trailed off, looking over Harry’s shoulder at the old wizard crouched on the ground
“You know, Ron,' Hermione said casually, reading over the blurb of her book, 'if my wand weren’t up the other end of the table at the moment, I think you’d find yourself with an extra pair of feet suddenly growing out of your forehead."
“Yes, and that’s the point.’ Said Ginny, her eyes blazing. ‘He didn’t even ask me to come with him. Hermione and Ron got to go, but oh no…not Ginny…Ginny has to stay home and darn socks…’
“But, winging it is what we do best.’ Said Ron.
“I don’t think you can call them frog-eaters.”
Chapter Twenty One
Another wave of rage flushed over him like a warm blanket as he spotted him, the heavy crate in his arms, just about to turn the corner. Harry bolted forward, raised his wand, took aim and furiously thought ‘Levicorpus!’.
Chapter Twenty Two
“Yeah,’ said Ron happily, leaning back in his seat with a dreamy expression, ‘its going to be heaven not having to worry about any of that anymore.”
Chapter Twenty Three
“Tell me about it. But I don’t fancy the ridicule we’re bound to get at dinner because we were the only poofs hiding behind a bush.”
Chapter Twenty Four
“Well we can’t just stand here and wait for them to move.’ Said Hermione softly, smirking at Lily’s language. ‘Like you said, once men get chatting they’re worse than women.”
Chapter Twenty Five
Tonks snorted. “When in the entire flashback did I ever give you the impression he would be compliant? Like I said before, he’s a total shit. It’s a wonder his parents even like him! But, then again they’re shits too, so shit seems to be a generalization for that family.”
Chapter Twenty Six
“The point is, sir, that we can’t do this without you.’
Chapter Twenty Seven
“Ron, go to bed. You’ve obviously had a very busy day of crazy.”
Chapter Twenty Eight
“What if it doesn’t work?’
Chapter Twenty Nine
“Are you kidding?”
“The point is he’s clever. He’s talented and smart and cluey. He’ll be alright.”
Chapter Thirty One
Around them Trafalgar Square was utter chaos…without the pidgeons.
Chapter Thirty Two
“Well, this isn’t very hospitable service.’ Said Draco, looking around in disgust. ‘I’ve been here ten whole minutes and no-one has offered me a drink.”
Chapter Thirty Three
“Sure, and would that be before or after I read my eight books on hexes, copy my notes of Horcrux locations and mix my protective potions?”
Chapter Thirty Four
“That’s a good tip. You should teach!”
Chapter Thirty Five
Ron looked at Ginny, surprised. “You can knit?”
Chapter Thirty Six
“Don’t worry,’ she smiled, ‘I am well aware of the Potter neuroses.”
Chapter Thirty Seven
“Why must you make things so difficult?’ she asked.
Chapter Thirty Eight
“Malfoy, this is the biggest waste of my time in my entire life!” he cried.
Chapter Thirty Nine
“Why did she run off like that do you suppose?” asked Ron.
Chapter Forty, pt 1
“Wish I could say the same for you. What were you thinking hitting it with a tree root, you wanker!”
Chapter Forty, pt 2
“This isn’t another Gryffindor plan, is it?”
Chapter Forty One
“Well, I don’t know about you, but I had a nice day. You know, except for the bulk of it where I was nearly killed.”
Chapter Forty Two
“I mean, do you think you’re a good person?”
Chapter Forty Three
“I think there are easier things to do than try to understand Hermione. Like nail water to a tree.”
Chapter Forty Four
‘It’s got to the point where I can’t tell if they’re kissing or cleaning each other.”
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