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"Whatever! You're so immature!" Hermione replied as Ron told her his plan to get Christiana to talk to her again.

"Well, do YOU have a suggestion?" Ron asked her.

"Well, no." Hermione replied sheepishly.

"I thought so." Ron said smugly.

"Why don't you two just stop arguing?" Harry interrupted.

"I don't know," Hermione said. "It's just the way we are."

"Right," Harry said rolling his eyes.


"Um, hi Christiana. I uh was wondering if you wanted to talk." Lavender Brown said, coming up to her at dinner.

"Why?" Christiana asked suspiciously. "No one ever wants to talk to me."

"That's what I was concerned about. I mean, don't you get lonely? I would."

"Well, yeah I guess."

" So, do you want to do homework with me and Parvati tonight?" Lavender asked smiling.

"You mean it? Really?" Christiana was still suspicious.

"Yeah, I mean it. See you there?"

"Sure!" Christiana replied, wearing one of the first smiles she had for a long time.


"Wait, whoa, am I really seeing what I'm seeing?" Hermione asked, as she walked into the common room. Christiana was sitting with Lavender and Parvati, laughing.

"Yep, you're seeing what you're seeing." Harry replied.

"Wait, what are you talking about?" Ron asked.


"I never realized that Divination could be so interesting, although I can't make heads or tails of it." Christiana said laughing while examining Lavender's divination homework.

"Maybe I should have taken up Arithmancy instead, like you Ana. Then, I wouldn't have so much homework. Professor Vector seems nice." Parvati said.

"Oh, she is, she is! She doesn't single me out because I'm younger. Divinations sounds fun, but Professor Trelawny creeps me out, no offence."

"Yeah, I've got to admit, sometimes she freaks me out too." Lavender giggled.

"So, Ana, how does having your sister ignore you make you feel?" Lavender asked

"Well, I hate it. I feel like dirt. She hates me and so I get so lonely. I don't have anyone to talk to, and no friends." Christiana sighed.

"Not anymore though. Do you want to hang out with us now? We don't mind." Parvati said.

"Great! I'm going to go to bed. Night guys. Thanks for making my day." She smiled as she walked up stairs.


"Mione, I can't believe you've been ignoring Ana all this time. She's really sweet and nice." Lavender said to Hermione after Christiana had gone upstairs.

Hermione didn't say anything, so Lavender left.

"I can't believe that they're using her nickname! I mean, so now she has friends, but hasn't made up with us yet!" Hermione said exasperatedly.

"You know Mione, it's like you don't want her to have friends." Harry said, looking at Hermione.

"That's not true!" she said.

"Uh, Mione, Harry's right. You started this, and you don't seem to want her to do anything." Ron said.

"So now you're taking sides, are you?" Hermione almost yelled.

"No, not really." Harry said sheepishly. "I'm going to bed! 'Night!" she called as she stormed upstairs, almost running into Christiana as she opened the door to the dormitory.

"Mione, DON'T COME IN!" she yelled as something pulled her into the room and shut the door.