No one is normal. Everyone has abnormalities that set them apart from all others. However, not many people could say that they watched their parents and Godfather die. That is why Harry Potter is not even normally abnormal.
It is completely normal though, to mourn after loved ones. That is why Harry should have been glad when this article appeared in the Daily Prophet:
Black is Innocent
Recent development to the Ministry of Magic is that alleged murderer Sirius Black, is innocent. According to sources, James and Lily Potter switched Secret-Keepers at the last minute to throw You-Know-Who off. Instead, the responsibility was set upon Peter Pettigrew who has been acknowledged as a hero for the past fifteen years. Pettigrew was in fact, a spy for He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named and lead him to the Potters. The next day, stricken with grief, Sirius Black set to find Pettigrew, and when cornered in the street, Pettigrew blew up half the street, killing thirteen people in the process. He then faked his death and has been living as an animagai rat. Minister of Magic, Cornelius Fudge, had this to comment, "Because of this new development, we would like to apologize to all those affected by the wrongful conviction of Sirius Black. We would also like to point out that this is exactly why the ministry needs to keep close tabs on all animagai. So if you are an animagai please register today."
"They finally admitted it!" Ron exclaimed, punching the air with his fist.
Ever since the second week of July, the Weasley's, Hermione, and Harry had been living at Number 12 Grimmauld Place. The announcement of Sirius's innocence had come as a shock, but had been met with glee.
Harry was not as happy. "Too bad he isn't here to see it for himself."
Ron deflated. "Oh, yeah."
Just then, Hermione bounced into the room, bushy hair placed in a messy pony-tail at the top of her head. "I've the greatest news!"
"They've invented a new way to revolutionize studying?" Ron asked sarcastically.
Hermione settled on the coffee table before Harry and Ron and ignored him. "I found a way to bring Sirius back!"
Harry's head popped up. "What? That's impossible. Dumbledore said t was impossible. Nearly Headless Nick said it was impossible."
Hermione giggled in excitement. "I know! That's what makes this so fascinating. I was reading through Sirius' library and found an old discarded book. The book said that we can bring back innocent victims of war! All we need to do is perform a simple yet complex ceremony."
"Simple yet complex?" Ron asked. "Are you absolutely barmy?"
"Shut up, Ronald," Hermione snapped without looking at him. Her eyes were trained on Harry.
"But-," Harry flailed.
Hermione grinned. "I've already informed Dumbledore. He's going to bring what we need for the ceremony this evening after the Order meeting."
"Hermione, this is-," Harry trailed off again.
Hermione's smile fell. "I know, Harry. You deserve this; more than anyone I know."
Harry seemed to rejuvenate. He stood and crushed Hermione to him. "You're the absolute best, Hermione!"
Hermione flushed. "I know. Whatever would you do without me?"
This is the newly edited version of Is Dumbledore Sane? I was going through the chapters while I rewrote it, and it is crap! My goodness, I can't believe you guys actually enjoyed it. You're so awesome! So, I hope you re-read this, because it will be MUCH better. Please review!