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You do realize what day it is,” Victoire said flatly, shaking her head so that her mane of blonde hair shook.
“Always a worrier,” Matt muttered as we walked out to the yard to disapparate, “Our mum.”
Sophie Nymphadora Lupin
“You know you could've gone to Matt's and gotten the spare key. You didn't have to wait outside.”
The Full Moon
“John, Kaden,” I said as they pushed past me into the flat.
“Have you got any pickles?” Victoire asked as we were cleaning up the kitchen.
Pickles and Ice Cream
“Amy, you're a lifesaver,” she grinned as she pulled the top off the ice cream. Then she took a pickle and dipped it into the container, making sure to get all three flavors of ice cream on it.
“Hello?” I called out as I let myself in.
A Quiet Christmas Eve
I'm not sure I want to know,” Victoire said as soon as I sat down.
“What about everyone else?” I asked. “Are they all excited?”
“Why aren't you at work?” she demanded.
“Morris,” I said as he set a chart down on Natalie's desk and then picked up another. “How is Matt doing?”
“Just had another Healer appointment,” she told me.
The Riddleless Ravenclaw
“You are a godsend,” I said as I grabbed the dress and walked back into the bathroom. “Where did you get it?”
The Support Groups
I smiled. “He's adorable and nice and sweet and get this, he wants to start a restaurant in Diagon Alley or some place. A restaurant where he cooks like a Muggle.”
Falling For You
I can count on one hand the number of people in my life who can actually cook well. My mother, Victoire, Victoire's grandmother, Kaden Dursley, and now Dillan are the only people I know who can cook. And by cook I mean more than just boiling water for pasta or cooking eggs.
To Find a Cure
"We're here because we all have one thing in common. We all have a brother or sister with lycanthropy.”
Good News and Bad News
Dillan met me outside the hospital at six. I was only fifteen minutes late which must have been some sort of record for getting out of work. He was wearing an unusually large grin on his face and holding up a set of gleaming silver keys in his left hand.
It felt slightly strange to wait in a hospital with Matt. Looking back, I had spent a lot of time in hospitals over the years not even including work. When I was a kid we spent a lot of time waiting in hospitals for Matt. I never had anyone to wait with in those days.
Everything seemed to happen in slow motion after that call. Mum set the mobile down and went immediately up to her bedroom. Dad followed. I sat for hours in the living room, unsure of what to do, unsure of what to feel. Sadness, of course. But what else?
“Cinda changed the will after Richard died?” Mum asked. “More than just switching all the assets to be in her name only?”
“Some of my earliest memories involve my grandmother,” I began. “My family spent Christmas with her and my grandfather every year for as long as I can remember. One of the first things I remember her telling me was 'Don't call me Grandma. It makes me feel old'."
The House that Built Me
I slipped into the dress and pulled up the spaghetti straps before zipping it up. It was slightly too big, but after looking in the mirror I saw that I actually looked decent in it. More than decent, actually, and I immediately wondered what Dillan would think of it.
Stay the Night
The evening was wonderful. We had dinner and then strolled down the streets of London, ignoring everyone else, and catching each other up on our lives.
Meet the Family
“So you must have gone to Hogwarts, then,” Matt said. “What house were you in?”
Everyone was looking up at me expectantly and it struck me how much these kids trusted me and relied on me. Even Liane, who had been reading the entire hour, now looked up from her book.
Remus John and Henri William
“Amy! Thank God!” Victoire exclaimed when I walked in.
Life With the Twins
“Teddy?” I asked. “You realize it's six in the morning?”
The Rusty Bludger
“You know,” I began, “the moon actually makes for the worst stargazing. It's too bright and you can't see the dimmer stars.”
The New Strain
I'd just walked out of my study when I saw Rose hurrying up the corridor, a stack of parchment in her arms. She looked slightly shocked, which piqued my curiosity.
Front Page News
“You're front page news,” Dillan said the following morning, as he handed me a copy of the Prophet.
“What is it?” Matt asked as he sat down in one of the red leather chairs.
It's Not That Simple
“You okay?” I asked as I set the Butterbeers down on the table and slid onto the booth opposite Matt.
I told my parents about the breakup during the full moon. In retrospect that was probably a bad idea. Mum took it poorly. I suspected she thought Dillan and I would get married and give her grandchildren, despite the fact that Mum had never voiced her desire for grandchildren before.
Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Clint
“Kenzie, I look awful in my dress,” Morgan exclaimed as we gathered in the living room before setting off for the hens night. “I just tried it on and it makes me look fat.”
Change of Heart
“This has been bugging me all day,” he said. “You look so familiar.”
“What have I walked in on?” I shouted over the vacuum.
“Did you know that February in 1865 is the only recorded month without a full moon?” I said after a few minutes of silence.
One Step Closer
I flipped to the next sheet. The one with just asphodel had failed. That meant that the snake fangs, witch hazel, and garlic passed! “Merlin, this is amazing!”
A Good Different
I took the box and untied the ribbon. It was a a small jewelry box, like the type a necklace would come in. I opened it and saw a gold necklace with two charms. One was a crescent moon and the other was a very tiny wolf.
“Victoire!” I said as she sat down next to me. “You found a babysitter?”
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