* Ok, you've stumbled over my little story. Its not meant to be serious, just a bit of fun. I don't own anything, so there can be no suing! Please review.


Two 17 year olds wandered down the dark, empty hallways of Hogwarts school of Witchcraft and Wizardry, trying extremely hard not to make any noise. Well, one was. The other was having the time of his life.

"Jamie, I cannot believe that you've done this! This is totally irresponsible and I do not want any part of this anymore!" The girl said indignantly.

"Oh come on Lauren! This is a once in a lifetime opportunity! Just relax and have some fun."

"Fun? FUN? Do you not realize that you've done? You realize the risk of us being here don't you?" she whispered harshly.

"Lauren, you need to relax. Ok, look, we'll only be here for one day, then we'll go back and it will be like we were never gone. Just trust me. You trust me don't you?" he asked, putting a hand to his heart and putting on a puppy-dog face. Lauren rolled her eyes.

"Of course I trust you, idiot. I just...this is extremely dangerous!" she whispered.

"Dear cousin, have I ever put you in real peril?" he asked throwing an arm around her shoulders. Lauren shrugged him off impatiently.

"Stop trying to be charming. You know it doesn't work on me." She said, poking him in the chest. He chuckled and walked on.

"Lauren, you are far too much like your mother for your own good. You need to loosen up." He said, putting his hands in his pockets. Lauren's eyes flashed dangerously.

"What's that meant to mean? Too much like my mother?" she pushed.

"Well, you're mother was apparently a little up-tight. Like mother like daughter." He said. Lauren rounded on him.

"James Sirius Potter, I am not an up-tight PRISS!" she said, her voice rising slightly. James chuckled.

"Lauren, calm down. Look, all we have to do is get to Gryffindor tower and hang out there." He said, grabbing her hand and walking on. Lauren flipped her long red hair over her shoulder and huffed, but followed just the same. Lauren relaxed a little.

"And how are we going to explain ourselves when we show up at Gryffindor tower huh? It might be a little scary for everyone. I know I'd freak out." She said, still holding his hand. James chuckled.

"Yes, that's why were are going to put in Disillusionment Charms. I forgot the cloak, stupid me." He said, shaking his head. Lauren chuckled.

"Ok, I'll be in on this. But like you said, only for one day?" she asked unsure, squeezing his hand. He turned around to her and held out his pinky.

"I promise." He said. Lauren sighed, smiled and wrapped her pinkie around his.

" Ok. But if when we go back and I'm not born, or my parents are not together, I have the official right to kick your ass." She said, although her eyes were twinkling. James laughed and shook her hand. They smiled at each other for a few seconds, before James spun around and stared to walk down the hallway, when they ran into someone.

"Crap, it's Peeves." Lauren said bitterly. The ghost turned around and smiled wickedly.

"Ahhhhhh, little students out of bed. Should call Filch I should."

"Don't you dare." James growled. Peeves flew right up to James face and blew hard, making James stumble backwards and fall face down onto the floor. Lauren pulled out her wand.

"Beat it Peeves!" she whispered harshly, standing in front of James. Peeves blew a raspberry at her and flew off. Lauren turned to face her cousin.

"Come on, we've gotta do something. He's probably gone to see Filch." She said, slightly frightened. But James stood still, a look of horror on his face.

"What? What's wrong?" she asked. James swallowed and held his hand out.

"Oh my god." Lauren whispered, as James gave her the broken halves of his Time-Turner.


"Chocolate Frogs? Cockroach Cluster? Cherry whips? Oh for Merlin's sake!" James said, getting irritated. Lauren sighed.

"Let me." She said, pushing him out of the way. She glared at the Gargoyle, thinking hard. "Hmm, ok, Blood pops? No, ok. Lemon Drops!" she yelled. And finally, the Gargoyle stepped aside. Lauren turned around and gave James a superior look. James simply scowled.

"I would have gotten it y'know." She chuckled. "But do really have to go up there? Y' know we're gonna get a lecture. Can't we just go to the common room?" he asked in a whiny voice. Lauren rolled her eyes.

"Yes! He is the only one that can help us. And besides, serious repercussions that could occur if...'

"If we're seen. I know!" he said, cutting her off. James sighed and slouched. "Ok, fine. We'll go see Albus bloody Dumbledore, Headmaster of bloody Hogwarts." He said, stepping onto the staircase. Lauren gave him a shocked and appalled look.

"I was only joking! You know how much I respect him." James said, putting his hands up in defense. Lauren rolled her eyes, smiled and shook her head, following him up the staircase.

James knocked on the door and walked in, not waiting for an answer.

"Professor? Are you here?" he called. Lauren walked in confidently, looking around as if she owned the place.

"Headmaster? This is rather urgent." She called. James rolled his eyes.

"There's no point using your Head Girl authority." He said, walking up to Fawkes. "Hey mate. How are you?" he asked, reaching out to pet the phoenix.

"Good evening." Came a voice. James and Lauren jumped and looked guiltily at their Headmaster. Dumbledore was looking at them with interest. "May I help you?" he asked, walking around to his desk. Lauren stepped forward.

"Yes, headmaster. We've actually run into a problem, and you're the only one we knew we could ask for help." She said, sitting down in one of the chairs in front of his desk. James chuckled.

"Yeah, it's actually my fault." He said, standing behind Lauren's chair. Dumbledore looked at them over his glasses.

"Well, before we get into details, perhaps you could tell me who you are." He asked kindly. James smiled pushed his glasses back up and ran a hand through his hair, making it stick up even more.

"Sorry sir, of course. I'm James Potter, and this is my cousin Lauren Weasley." He said, patting her on the head. Lauren looked up at him impatiently. 'See, recently I came across something I really shouldn't have, and I convinced my cousin here to do a little....rule breaking with me. That's how we came into your hands." He said casually, waving a hand around. Dumbledore raised an eyebrow, and James sighed, holding out the broken pieces of his Time Turner out for Dumbledore to look at. Dumbledore took the pieces and walked around to his chair.

"Really Headmaster, I tried to convince him not to go through with it, but he is rather unruly. I expect that's what lost him his chances of being Head boy. He usually is rather intelligent." She said, not looking at James. He punched her knee, but she ignored it. Dumbledore nodded.

"I see. Now Miss Weasley,' he paused in smiled 'would you mind telling me how things are in your time." He said. Lauren sighed.

"Well, I'm in 7th year, and Head girl.' She said, rather proudly. 'I really don't know what to tell you. Um, I'm a Gryffindor...'

"Who are your parents?" he asked. Lauren looked a bit taken back.

"Um, Ron and Hermione Weasley." She said. Dumbledore looked on the verge of laughing. "Um, Mum's maiden name was Granger, but I don't know if that means anything." She said, looking at her hands. James sat down excitedly.

"My Parents are Harry and Virginia Potter. Are they here? Did I get the time right?" he asked, shifting excitedly in his seat. Dumbledore smiled.

"Yes Mr. Potter, you did. You're parents are currently attending school. They are in they're 7th year as well."

"YES! I made it work!" James said, standing up excitedly and punching a fist into the air. Lauren glared at him disapprovingly. He smiled apologetically at her and sat down. "Well, you have to admit that's a good effort." He said. Lauren still stood her ground.

"Never the less, it was careless of you." She said.

Dumbledore watched the two teens in front of him bickering with great amusement. It was quite interesting to watch the two descendants of the Golden Trio act extraordinarily like their parents. Lauren, who had inherited the Wealsey hair, still had her mother's eyes and personality. He didn't doubt however that she did carry many of her father's qualities as well.

And James looked extraordinarily like Harry, except for his blue eyes that he no-doubt inherited from Ginny. He also seemed to carry the qualities of both parents, and even it seemed that his name was not the only thing he shared with his Grandfather.

The two teens stopped arguing and suddenly realized that they were sitting in the Head's office. The smiled apologetically at him.

"Sorry about that sir." Lauren said. James smirked.

"Yeah, she goes on a bit." He said, elbowing her playfully. Lauren scoffed and crossed her arms. Dumbledore smiled.

"Well, the matter at hand, is to get you back to your time as soon as possible. Now, I will have to contact the ministry for another Time Turner, so in the mean time...' he said, standing up and getting out his wand. '.. I'm afraid you will have to stay here. Now, you obviously can't go looking like that. People will wonder, especially about you." He said, looking at James. James smirked, knowing too well that it would be strange for Harry Potter to think he had a twin somewhere.

"So, what? I don't think I could take Polyjiuce Potion Sir. That stuff is gross." Lauren said, faking a face. Dumbledore chuckled.

"No, just a simple Glamour. To change a few of your features." He said.

He performed a few charms to change their appearances. Lauren now had shoulder length, blonde hair and green eyes and James had light brown hair and brown eyes. Once the two of them looked at each other, they laughed for a few moments, before Dumbledore silenced them.

"Now, tonight you will have to sleep in the infirmary, I'm afraid. And please come up to my office first thing. Make sure you're not seen." He said, writing a note to explain everything to Madam Pomfrey. He handed it to James, and they smiled.

"Thanks sir. We'll see you first thing in the morning. Bright and early. The Early bird's who will get the worm. The....'

"Ok James! Come on!" Lauren said, pulling him out of the office. Dumbledore laughed as they left, thinking that this would be a very unique experience for everyone.


* Well, there's the first chapter. Should I continue? Let me know. Please review!