She knew she didn't want to go home to the burrow for an entire summer. She had outgrown her childhood home. If she decided to work at the ministry again, she would take a small flat in London. If she decided to stay with Severus, though, she would have the whole summer to decide if what she felt for him was real. If she didn't go, she might always regret it. She knew, though, she knew she could not take another year of waiting. It either had to work or it had to end. This limbo was eating her alive.
So when she set down her quill after finishing her last exam, she went to her room, packed her things and waited for Severus to lead her where he would. She didn't take part in the celebration of Ron, Harry, and Hermione's graduation. They were her friends but she never was truly part of that group. So while they celebrated and the Hogwarts express left punctually for platform 9 3/4 at Kings Cross Station, Ginny was walking softly down to the dungeons where Severus was packing his things. She had her trunk behind her and he broke into a relieved smile when she came in. They climbed into the fire place and he said in a booming voice,
"Snape manor!" The green flames engulfed them and she felt his hand grab hers. She wasn't scared though, just excited and confident in the choice she had made.