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lucy weasley - ( pink ).

( presumably sent to one of her friends or cousins during a random conversation )

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charlie longbottom fell in love with leah ainsworth the moment he saw her.

he would deny it later on, but deep down he knew he fell for her. and he fell hard. they were eleven. she was standing a few feet away from him on the platform, dusting off her trunk as her mother gave what looked to be a heartfelt goodbye speech. he was standing and talking with louis. he saw her, smiled at her, and the tiny girl raised and eyebrow at him. he continued to smile at her until she stormed over, demanded to know why he was looking at her like that and stormed away when his answer was simply “you look very nice today,” with his classic smirk.

"dude, just kiss her! what’s the worst thing that could happen?"

  • connor harold finch-fletchley
  • none
  • ravenclaw
  • ten-years-old in the epilogue
  • nat wolff


i do not own any of the gifs/photos i use and post on this blog unless i say otherwise. also, i only own the oc characters, and i guess you could say i own the particular characterization of j.k. rowling’s characters, but either way, some of them are hers, not mine (obviously). also, all pieces of writing are totally and 100% written by me, once again, unless i say otherwise. 

"does anyone have cigarettes? ya know, the muggle things?"

  • grace claudia mclaggen
  • none
  • slytherin
  • ten-years-old in the epilogue
  • freya mavor

"i don’t hate my father. it’s just that there’s always so much pressure on me."

  • anastasia julia krum
  • ana
  • gryffindor
  • thirteen-years-old in the epilogue
  • crystal reed

"i think i’m just gonna buy every type of candy from hogsmeade and stuff my face with all of it."

  • lauren kathryn adamson
  • laur
  • hufflepuff
  • eleven-years-old in the epilogue
  • becca tobin