"Finally, we're home." Ginny said, opening the door to 12 Grimmauld Place. Harry followed her in, carrying their luggage. After Voldemort's defeat, it was decided that this was where they were to live.
"Kreacher, are you here?" Harry called. There was a small pop and Kreacher the House Elf was by his Master and Mistress's side.
"Master called?" Kreacher asked. He took the bags from Harry and set them down. He snapped his fingers and Harry heard them land on the floor of their bedroom above.
"Yes, did any mail arrive for us?" Harry asked.
Kreacher opened his mouth to answer but it was another voice that responded. "Yes. Loads." Ginny called from the next room. While Harry was talking to Kreacher, Ginny had decided to look around. Harry entered the room where his wife's voice originated from. There, in the room, were tons of packages and letters.
"We were only gone three months. how much mail did we get?" Harry asked in disbelief. He picked up a small package. It was from Minerva McGonagall, their former Transfiguration teacher and head of Gryffindor House. He opened the letter first. Dear Mr. and Mrs. Potter, Congratulations on your union and I'm terribly sorry I was unable to attend. Being the Headmistress at Hogwarts is a full-time job. Speaking of which, did Mr. Longbottom tell you that he is the new Professor of Herbology? The package that this letter is with is something that I think you both will enjoy. The letter was signed, Minerva McGonagall, Headmistress of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. He put down the letter and picked the package up once more. "Ginny." He called.
Ginny looked up from the letter she was reading. "Yeah?"
"This is addressed to both of us. You want to open it together? It's from Professor McGonagall." Harry explained. Ginny put her letter down and made her way through the maze of packages to her husband. "On three. One, two, three." They each tugged on a corner and the paper fell off revealing their gift.