|Rose in the Weeds I
Author: I-Am-Witch-Hear-Me-Avada PM
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to put yourself in the Harry Potter world? That's what I did, I put all my friends in it too. It's in the Harry Era but it follows a bunch of random kids who become whole. They are who we are, ourselves and what we love about JK Rowling but also changing the story just a bit. Tiny bit, please read you'll really like it.Rated: Fiction T - English - Humor/Friendship - Chapters: 20 - Words: 23,360 - Reviews: 22 - Favs: 2 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 12-28-12 - Published: 09-25-12 - Status: Complete - id: 8556175
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This is TONYSTAR'S friend., BeatlesFan44. If you're wondering why I'm writing this AN, it's because I don't trust her to put what I'm about to say nicely… This story is mostly OC, all based on actual people in our lives (Friends, Pretty much. Enemies too) Not only that but, TONYSTAR is writing this for her friends, this is the easiest way to make it so we can read it. So in conclusion if you're going to comment and complain (Have more faith in them Prongs) about it not really being Harry Potter; I warned you. Love, BeatlesFan44.
Hello everyone. This is my first Fan-Fiction I have published. Just to be safe, it's more for friends to read on how I would place them and myself in my story. If you want to read it, then be my guest. I need criticism, good and bad. Even if it's from my Prongs. - I'll explain later. This is a HP, unlike BeatlesFan49 said, but it will be like following a different group.
Severus Snape is mine, dreams and heart. I don't own Harry Potter, SHAME, but I wish I did. :D
It was a warm summers day. The sky was baby blue, not a sign of clouds in the sky. Laughter was heard on the playground while just over the hill something extraordinary was taking place. A little girl, not yet the age of five., was sitting just behind a with a rock in both her hands. She was staring at it with full concentration that her little mind could muster. The rock in her little hands started to shake until it rose an inch or two above them. Her lips stretched over her teeth into an enormous smile. With the rock still flouting , she leaned over to grab her journal, but before she could someone had snatched it, "Hey!" she exclaimed while looking up. The rock had fallen into her lap with a thud but was left unnoticed. "What's wrong freak?" the boy who had taken her Journal asked. He had blonde hair plastered onto his head with very little, visible neck. He was what her mother would call portly. "That's my journal. Give it back!" she shouted jumping to her feet. The boy lifted it high above his head and out of her reach. Even as she started to jump for it, it was still out of reach. The boy seemed to be getting bored with this so he pushed her over with one hand then ran to the pond at the edge of the park. She fell down, tears threatened to spill out of her eyes but she blinked them away and took off towards the pond after him. Out of the bushes she saw him standing there on the dock with her Journal, holding it out over the water. "Give it back to her!" someone shouted behind her. She turned to see a boy about her age with dark brown hair and beautiful light blue eyes. The sun seemed to bounce off them making them even more beautiful. "Oh? Why should I?" the new boy chuckled as he set down a hand held video camera. The blonde stepped forward just as the brunet, neither taking his eyes off the other. "It's not your's, that's why!" he snapped at him. His voice seemed to get angrier with every word. The girl took a few steps backwards until she felt his hand touch her back, "Do what you were doing earlier with the rock." he whispered into her ear. She looked from him with wide hazel eyes to the journal. She narrowed them until it was as nothing else was in the world but her, the journal, and the boy behind her. The journal started to shake and lift out of the blonde boys hand. He looked amazed and terrified all at the same time, "How did you…MUMMY!" he screeched as he ran towards the playground. The two stood there laughing over their knees. Finally when they were able to gain their posture back the boy held out his hand, "I'm Zack by the way. Zackary Pieper." he said. She looked down at it with a grin then took it, "Jessica Vance. Friends and people who I tell to call me Jess." she said. Thus a strong bond of a friendship began . It wasn't going to be all pumpkin juice and butter beer though. In order for the both of them to maintain that bond, they were going to need to let others in with them.
After the last few days of summer they both went to kindergarten at an institute called London Bells Academy K-12. Zack had moved closer to Jess with his family, he was like a big brother to her and would always act like one. "Welcome to London Bells. This year you shall learn everything you need to know from reading to writing." the intercom exclaimed. Jess sighed, she didn't have any friends in her class because Zack was in one of the other ones. "Boring isn't it? They make you do adult things I heard." a girl with blonde hair and a bad completion scoffed. "Oh, I'm Erin by the way. Erin Bulk, my daddies rich so you'll want to be my friend." she said. Jess nodded without really thinking about what she was doing. Erin grabbed her hand in her own clammy hand. But out of the corner of Jess's eye she could see two other girls giving her the stink eye. One had long blonde/brown hair and the other short dark brown hair. Erin sneered at them, "That's the rude girls of the school. Katie Rogers and Sierra Kelly, their really mean and hate all new girls." she explained. Jess looked down at her lap until the bell rang. "Casey… CASEY DON'T IGNORE ME!" Erin screamed as she pulled Jess through the hall to the cafeteria. This boy with a long pony tail and sparkling blue eyes turned around, "Hey baby." he muttered before taking a look at Jess. She looked down with her eyes, "JESS! Wait up!" someone shouted from behind them. She turned to see Zack running at them with top speed, "Hey Zack." she laughed as he pushed a boy bigger than him to the side. "Sorry large sir!" he shouted. Jess giggled as he stopped in front of her, "Hey girlie, how's your first day going?" he asked taking her unoccupied hand. Erin make a small annoying cough into her hand, "Who's this?" she asked.
"I'm Zack, nice to…. never mind." he muttered. Casey let out a snort, "Sorry sweetie." he muttered. Jess sighed but just said nothing, those two girls were looking at her again but with a huge group. Casey looked over at her, "Don't mind them. They wouldn't hurt a fly, just a large horse." Zack laughed as they made their way over to the table away from them. Jess glanced over to see Katie whisper and point at Jess. The boy she was talking to nodded and whispered something back. Erin rolled her eyes, "Hey, if you keep saying she's ugly then she wont like you!" she shouted across the room at them. She hated how her first day was going, first she had a crap friend and now a group of people didn't like her. Zack wrapped his arm around her as the bell for classes rang. Everyone made their way to the class, boys to theirs and girls to their own. The teacher who was a lovely old lady who smelled of brownies pulled out a paper with all the students names on them, "Now, I want you all to pair up with who I tell you. Erin Bulk with Erin Davis. Katie Rogers with Allison Lamoure. Sierra Lancaster with Jacie Gardener. Jessica Vance with Sierra Kelly. Now pair up!" she said. Jess trudged over to Sierra, "Hi, you must be Jess." she said with a smile. It wasn't cold or even playful, it was nice and sincere. Jess nodded as she sat, "Hey, whatever Bulk says about us is a lie. We don't hate you at all, but Erin is a bit of a…" she looked around to make sure the teacher wasn't around, "… a bit of a bitch." Jess glanced over at Erin who was rolling her eyes as Erin D. read off the assignment lines. It's alright Jess, Sierra seems like a nice person. Why would she lie to you? After about an hour the bell rang for parents to pick up their children. Erin walked up to Jess and tried to take her hand but Jess pulled away, "Sierra told me what you say about others behind their backs and I don't want you be your friend." she said. Katie and Sierra walked out of the classroom to see Erin advancing on Jess with a finger pointed at her, "Back off Erin!" Katie shouted as she ran over and stepped in front of Jess, "She hasn't done anything to you so back off!" she snapped. Erin sneered at all three of them, "You'll be sorry!" she snapped. Erin walked off but not before flipping them the bird. Jess smiled as Sierra and Katie wrapped their arms around her, "We're sorry you had to go through that." they said. Jess smiled and hugged them back. Life would get easier for them or would it?
Glad that's off my chest. I've been waiting to get over with that chapter. This was the into to the first of a lot of stories. Ok so If anyone was mentioned in this story you're welcome or… HA! Erin you lost a friend! I'll be back in a few days and remember. Always!