Summer post OoTP. Recovery after DoM tragedy. This time it's different, however. It's not Harry who's having nightmares. It's not Harry who gets hurt. It's not Harry who learns it all the hard way.
an outtake: >"Guess it’s time to admit it, Ron,” she whispered, knowing well, that he couldn’t hear her, “I did misjudged you. I did... And I don’t think I know you as well as I thought I did,” she closed her eyes, one last time touching his scarred arm, “And you’re not of the emotional range of a teaspoon, Ron. You’re much more... You’re so much more...”PEOPLE! I'LL POST NEXT CHAPTER ON SUNDAY!! PROMISE!
i do belive that rons Patronus was a dog. A jack russel terrier at that,not a bear. not trying to be rude or anything.
Summary: The Hawthorn tree is the Celtic symbol of consequence, relationships, and contradiction. It's the symbol of juxtaposition, and also of balance. The beautiful blossoms of the tree are nestled deep within razor-sharp thorns. Despite the harshness of the opposites, it still manages to become reborn each year as the wondrous being of nature we see it as.
Marriage, like the Hawthorne, is rarely -- if ever -- simple. Sometimes the roots decay and the structure dies, and other times the harmony of the union of opposites is enough to keep it alive year after year. Ron and Hermione Weasley's marriage is one such sapling, but will their case be one among the beautiful boughs? Or will it lie dead and trodden upon, long forgotten by time?
This is opti from Hufflepuff House writing for the Great Hall Chaptered Challenge. Prompt: Bonded.
i loved it it was amazing i hope this is not the last chapter. i really want to read more so please make another chapter it was just amazing!!!!!
Author's Response: Well, thank you for the review, and no this isn't the last chapter - there's still about three left plus an epilogue. So, don't worry, there's more comin'.