It's been awhile since i written. SO i apologize. please forgive. this one is short and this was all i could think of

They spent Sunday in Hogsmeade. Dumbledore had chosen him, to escort the students there with the help of Lupin, of course. Sasha never left his side, except when he pushed her ahead, but she always found her way back to his side.

"This might be good for you, Severus." Lupin muttered as they walked down the street.

"When did I give you permission to use my first name, Lupin? And what are you talking about?" he snapped back, as Sasha looked through the window into Honeydukes. Lupin laughed.

"You need to relax. We're colleagues and peers. And having to take a care of a small child might loosen you up." The werewolf replied. Snape rolled his eyes. He wasn't in the mood for this. It was too cold and his fingers were numb.

"I'm going to get Albus for this." He muttered under his breath, as he stuck his hands in his pockets.

"Can I get some candy, Russ?" Sasha asked, pulling on his cloak. He nodded and handed her some money. He waited as she disappeared into Honeydukes. He still wasn't sure if this was a good idea or not. He took a breath watching his breath turn into mist right in front of him.

"Prof. Snape?" Draco asked, stopping in front of him. His two goons, Crab and Goyle stood behind him.

"What is it, Mr. Malfoy?" he replied, closing his eyes as he leaned against the building.

"I was wondering. Who is that little kid following you around all of a sudden?" the little slytherin asked. His head of house took another deep breath and looked at him.

"She is my little sister." He finally answered. Draco looked at his two henchmen.

"Where is Ms. Parkinson?" Prof. Snape asked, realizing the annoying girl was nowhere in sight.

"I don't know. I don't think she came." He replied. The three boys hurried off, disappearing into the crowd. She finally came out and stood beside him.

"What took you so long?" he asked, looking down at her.

"I didn't know what I wanted." She replied, licking her sucker.

"Where is my change?" he asked, holding out his hand. She handed it to him.