Potions master cleared of all charges
Severus Snape re-hired as potion master of Hogwarts
Peter Pettigrew wanted for the murder of Iris Snape; reward is 10 thousand galleons for any infromation.
Severus Snape and Lily Evans to marry on July 24th.
Snape and Lily's wedding was a simple affair in Hogwarts. Only the professors of Hogwarts and some of their closet family and friends were invited. Harry came with Draco, Atticus came as Lillian's 'date' and Olivia came with Remus. It was a simple, yet quite emotional cremony, even Snape letting out one single tear as he said his vows to Lily. Lillian had brought a guitar she had borrowed from Atticus. When asked why she did, she playfully smiled and refused to tell anyone, only watching Olivia in a row in front of her.
Over the months, even after professor Lovegood came back, Olivia and Lillian had made up but they were still only friends. And now Olivia was leaving for America the next day to study for two years. As David brought his parents the rings, Olivia looked back at Lillian. Both of them smiled at each other. "You remember what we practiced?" Atticus whispered to his sister. Lillian nodded. As Lily said the final 'I do' and they kissed, the guests cheered. What caught Lillian's eye was seeing Uncle james and Uncle Sirius watching from the back row. They didn't look too upset, only happy for Lily.
The reception was outside the castle, a jazz band playing as people ethier socialized or danced. Lillian was talking to her grandmother, only half listening as she watched Olivia talking to Lily about a joke she heard. Lillian jumped when she felt a hand on her shoulder, turning to see her father. Snape was dressed in his dress robes, black as usual. But he had a sort of happiness around him and he had a little bit of wine in one hand. "Lillian, I told you I didn't aprove of that dress." He said. Lillian looked. Her dress was a simple blue summer dress, somewhat low-cut but it went down to her ankles. She wore her mother's Pheonix pendent and her hair was pulled up in a french twist.
Lillian smiled cheekily. "Well Dad, its the style now and-" "Ah Severus, leave her alone about it. You never aprove of her showing any skin." Lily teased, wrapping her arm around his. Snape smiled at his new wife, giving her a quick kiss on the lips. Lillian smiled, kissing her new step-mother on the cheek. "I'm so happy for you both. Really." The younger girl said. Lily pulled out an envelope. "But darling, we need to speak to you about this gift-" "What about it?" Lillian asked, a mischevious glint in her eye.
"We can't accept it. Its too expensive." Lily answered. Lillian raised an eyebrow. "No, you take it and have a great time on your honeymoon. I mean, who else gets to go to France?" She asked. Lily smiled. "Well, thanks to you, us." Snape said. Lillian shrugged. "All I ask is for some french bread when you get back." She said, walking away.
She watched Olivia. Today, Olivia dressed in a white button down shirt with a black tie and black dress pants. Her hair was spikey and pink and she was talking to her father. Lillian saw it as a chance She went over to Olivia. "Sorry Uncle Remmy, can I borrow Livy for a while?" She asked. Remus shrugged. "Olivia?" Olivia looked over at Lillian, looking her up and down. Lillian put her hands together. "Please, you won't be sorry." She begged. Olivia smirked. "Yea Lil, I'll go with you." Lillian squealed, taking her friend's hand and running away from the party.
"Lillian, what is this?" Olivia gazed at the blanket Lillian had spread out. "Sit down Livy." Lillian asked, indicating toward the blanket as she took out the guitar. She sat at a rock, tuning the guitar. "This is a song for you." Lillian said, the sun beginning to set. She started.
"Hey there Dailila
What's it like in New York City
I'm a thousand miles away but girl
tonight you look so pretty
Yes you do
Times square can't shine as bright as you
I swear it's true."
Olivia giggled as Lillian winked at her.
"Hey there Dailila
Don't you worry about the distance
I'm right there if you get lonely
Give this song anthor listen
Close your eyes
Listen to my voice its my disguise
I'm by your side."
Lillian watched Olivia as she sang. The older girl seemed to be in a state of awe.
"Oh, its what you do to me
Oh, its what you do to me,
Oh it what you do to me
oh its what you do to me.
Hey there Dailila, I know times are getting hard
But just believe me girl
Someday I'll pay the bills with this guitar
We'll have it good
We'll have the life we knew we would
My word is good.
Olivia shook her head, smiling the entire time.
"Hey there dailila
I've got so much left to say
If every simple song I wrote to you would take your breath away
I'd write it all
Even more in love with me you'd fall
We'd have it all.
Oh, its what you do to me
Oh its what you do to me
Oh its what your do to me
Lillian Stepped down, getting closer to Olivia.
"A thousand miles seems pretty far
But they've got planes and trains and cars
I'd walk to you if I had no other way.
Our friends will all make fun of us
And we'll just laugh along because
we know that none of them have felt this way
Dalila I promise you that by the time that we get though
the world will never ever by the same
And you're to blame
Lillian was inches away from Olivia's face, smiling at her. Olivia grabbed Lillian's face, locking her into a passionate kiss. Lillian moaned, returning the kiss, the guitar forgotten. Olivia broke the kiss, looking down at Lillian. "Loved the song." Olivia gasped out. "I love you more." Lillian said back. Olivia chuckled, kissing Lillian again. Lillian pushed her playfully, making them both reazile they were at a hill. Both girls shrieked as they reaziled they were tumbling down a hill.
They both landed against a tree trunk, both covered in mud. Olivia laughed as Lillian looked around. "Liv, this isn't any tree." They both screamed, dodging a tree branch. They had landed into the whomping willow. Lillian pulled out her wand, standing up. She was about to freeze the tree when a hand wrapped around her ankle. She flatered and fell, being dragged. Olivia was about to grab her lover's hand but she was hit by a tree branch, sending her in the air and falling on the grass about twenty feet away. "Olivia!" Lillian screamed, getting dragged farther into the hole. She screamed and fought as she landed in a dark tunnel. Someone was panting heavily as they were dragging her along.
As Lillian screamed and fought, she heard her captor finally say something.
"Came just like I thought you would some day. Just like your mum, filled with curiosity." Lillian knew that voice. It was Peter Pettigrew. Lillian aimed a punch at him that was blocked. "You-You basterd. You killed my Mum!" Lillian screamed. Peter pushed her into the tunnel, both of them falling into a door. Peter pushed on Lillian's shoulder, making them both fall though the door. Lillian winced in pain as Peter landed on top of her. She had her eyes closed, smelling sweat, piss, and body odor before looking up at her mother's murderer.
"Lillian. Look at me." Peter hissed nervously. Lillian finally looked up. He was as she remembered, only he looked as if he hadn't bathed in months, his watery eyes looking her up and down. "You look just like your mum. So much like her." He mused, trying to kiss Lillian. Lillian felt around for anything, finding a small potato knife. Peter screamed as the knife found itself in his shoulder. He pushed her away, slapping her in the face. "You bitch! A manipulative bitch, just like her. Even as a child!" Peter grabbed Lillian's hands, putting them to his head. "Look! Look at what your bitch of a mother did to me!"
"Iris?" Six year old Iris went though the open door of the bathroom to find Peter in the bathtub, taking a bath. Little Iris had shoulder length hair and big blue eyes. Her clothes were her brother's old t-shirt and a pair of little girl jeans. She obviously thought in her seven year old mind that she was cool, dressed like her brother. Lillian almost smiled at the innocence. "You wanna play a game?" He asked, a creepy smile on his face. The little girl shook her head. Lillian watched this memory in horror as Peter went on. "Come on now. Just stick your hand in there and tug. See what happens." Little Iris raised an eyebrow, compiling. Peter chuckled as she found something, tugging. Lillian was ready to vomit when what the child form of her mother pulled up what she tugged on, the bath plug. Peter gasped when he reaziled what happened.
"Iris, hon, my bits and pieces are stuck." He moaned, his face slowly getting red. "Iris help." He pleaded. "No!" The little girl cried definatly. She giggled when Peter was saying a few chocie words. "Iris Marie Potter, call your brother now!" Peter screamed, now very angry. "No!" the little girl giggled again as he tried to grab her. "Come back here. I'll break your little neck like a chicken bone!" He threatened as the little girl ran out of the bathroom. He froze as he heard someone walking up to the door.
"I tell you James, Dumbledore better solve this." He heard Sirius say. "Well Dumbledore isn't perfect you know." He heard Lily say. The door opened as he heard Iris say, "Lily! Jamesy!" "What's wrong Iris?" He heard Lily ask. Lillian was now trying hard not to laugh as James and Sirius walked in on Peter. "A little stuck Peter?" Sirius asked, roaring in laughter.
Lillian tumbled out of Peter's head. "You're so mad at my mother because she hurt your bits and pieces?" Lillian asked, rage building inside of her. Peter smirked. "Not just that. But now, I'm gonna take my revenge." "You already took your revenge on her by killing her." Lillian said, her voice shaking with fear. "Ah, but I'm not satisfied." Peter answered. Lillian reaziled something as Peter raised his wand; he was crazy. He had gone off his rocker years before. What Lillian did was almost in slow motion. She raised her wand and said the words, "Aveda Kedrava."
Peter screamed loudly as he fell to the ground, the light fading from his eyes. Lillian curled up in a corner of the room, holding back a sob when she reaziled what she did. "Lillian." She heard someone say. She fiercely pointed her wand towards the voice. She looked to see her father, looking down at Peter's body. "Dad, I-I didn't mean to. Oh merlin, Dad." Lillian screamed, her voice breaking. She ran to her father, who wrapped his arms around his daughter. Lillian sobbed into her father's chest. Snape looked at his daughter grimly. "I thought I would be the one to kill him." He said somberly. "I'm so sorry Dad." Lillian gulped. Snape gave her a fatherly squeeze. "Did he hurt you?" He asked. Lillian shook her head.
"Then you're fine. Thats all I wanted to know." Snape answered. Snape picked her up like a little child. "Come on, lets get back. The ministry was called in. They'll be pleased when they find out that they won't need to waste a cell in Azkaban to vermin."