A New Beginning
Last chapter.* Wipes tears away * It's not long, but it's the end.
Hope you like it.
All the tables were pushed out of the way, and black curtains hung from the ceiling. Everyone sat in the Great Hall in silence waiting from Dumbledore to speak.
"Today we acknowledge a really terrible loose. Cedric Diggory was as you all know, exceptionally hard working, infinitely fair minded, and most importantly a fierce, fierce friend. Now I think you have the right to know exactly how he died. You see, Cedric was murdered, by Lord Voldemort. The ministry does not wish for me to tell you this, but not to do so I think would be an insult to his memory. Now the pain we all feel at this dreadful lose reminds me, reminds us, that while we come from different places and speak in different tongues, our hearts beat as one."
That's all I could recall from the service. I really hate memorial services.
Looking around the hall, I could see the sadness on the faces of the students and teachers. No one was expecting this. No one ever does. Changing my head position the left a bit, I saw Draco looking at me.
"Are you ok?" He mouthed.
"Haylee, what are you doing?" Harry asked.
"Nothing." I looked at him.
I am so screwed if he found out
"Can you believe that it's time for everyone to leave all ready?" I asked Hermione and Ginny while the Beaubuxtons and Dumstrang students were saying good bye.
"No, it seemed like it was only yesterday they arrived." She said.
"Agreed." Ginny added.
"Haylee." Someone shouted from behind us.
"Hey," I smiled walking into Draco's arms.
"Happy that the tournament is over?" He asked.
"You have no idea," I answered looking over at Hermione and Ginny," I'll see you guys in a bit."
They nodded and went to meet Harry and Ron.
"Where are Blaise and Bailey? Shouldn't they be with you?" I asked.
"Honestly, I haven't seen them all day."
"That's weird," I said leaning on a brick wall overlooking the lake." Can you believe its time to leave all ready?"
"Not really. I don't want to go home yet."
"How come?" I asked.
"Everything considered. This had to be the best year for me." Draco answered.
"Really," I said." Why is that?"
"You tell me."
He is an amazing kisser. Oh my god.
"I'm gonna miss that." He laughed.
"I might just have to sneak out than."
"You sneak out?" I raised a brow." Even with your dad there?"
"You'd be surprised."
"Just promise me one thing." I told him.
"Be careful. I don't want to look in the Dailey Prophet one day and see that you died." I said.
"That's happy thought," He chuckled." But for you, I guess I can promise you that."
"You are so weird," I muttered." Owl me?"
"Stalk you."(AN: I took that line from Stick it!. I love when Poot says that to Joanne. It's great)
"You would," I laughed kissing him once more." Later."
There you are, Haylee," Ron said." We were wondering where you were."
"Saying good bye," I told him." So, what a year, huh?"
"You said it." Harry said. I smiled.
"Everything's going to change now, isn't it?" Hermione asked with a silly grin on her face.
Harry walked over to her and answered." Yes."
"Promise you'll right this summer, all of you." Hermione said.
"I won't, you know I won't, but Harry will. Won't you, Harry?" Ron asked.
"Oh, yeah every week." We laughed.
The four of us walked to the end of the walk way and waved as the Beaubuxton carriage left.
"I wonder how long it takes them to get back home." I thought allowed.
"You should have asked." Harry answered.
"I wasn't being serious you ass." I smacked his shoulder.
"I would have to say around four of five hours." Hermione said.
"You would know." I laughed.
What a year
Keep a look out for year five.
Oh and, what do you think about a little trip to Malfoy Manor?