All I Need

Harry Potter frowned. In all honesty, he hated being famous sometimes. Like right now, he just wanted to be alone with Ginny.

The two had decided they would go out for dinner to celebrate their anniversary. He had figured it would be quiet, seeing as the War had ended over three years ago.

But Harry had guess wrong.

The moment they appeared in the street, the two of them were swamped with reporters and fans. Ginny held onto his hand tightly, not wanting to get separated from her husband.

"Harry," she cried, tugging his arm.

There were bright flashes, and screams and shouts.

Ginny held Harry's hand, quickly closing her eyes. Focusing on her destination, she apparated them both with a pop.

She fell to the ground, Harry falling on top of her.

"Ginny?" he asked, "are you all right?"

"You're kind of crushing me," she said with a giggle, her hands pressing on his chest.

Harry stood up, and reaching down, he pulled Ginny to her feet too.

"Thanks Gin," he said, wrapping his arms around her.

She smiled. "Oh Harry," leaning forward, she gave him a quick kiss.

"Are we on the Harpies playing field?" Harry asked, looking around.

Ginny blushed. "Yeah, it was the first place I thought of," she admitted. She had a match the next day and was feeling a bit nervous. She was the seeker for the Harpies team. Combine that with Harry's fame, and the two of them were never allowed in public.

"I'm sorry about that," he said with a frown. "I was hoping people were actually going to let it all go."

Ginny looked towards him, giving him a smile. "Sure we don't have a quiet life Harry, but I don't mind. As long as I have you, that's all that matters."

Harry smiled. He leant down to give his wife a kiss.

"Well, I suppose we still have a date, so why don't we summon some brooms and go for a ride?" Harry suggested.

With a flick of her wand, two brooms came racing towards them. They each mounted a broom, quickly kicking off into the night sky.

The two of them zoomed around the pitch, each taking turns chasing each other.

Ginny giggled, watching Harry soar through the night sky. They might not get any time alone when they went out, but she wouldn't change their relationship for anything. Harry was perfect for her, and she was glad that they were together.

"What are you thinking about?" Harry asked, lowering his broom towards her.

"Just thinking about how lucky I am to have you," she said, leaning over to give him a quick kiss.

Harry blushed. "Love you Gin."

"Love you too Harry," she replied, grinning.

He took off, laughing. She sped behind him, her giggle sounded in his ears.

He loved being alone with her. Figuring the public would be a no no for the next couple years, he was determined to make the best of the private moments they always had.

He watched as she zoomed past, her red hair blowing in the wind behind her. He had all he would ever need right here. Grinning, he urged his broom forward, chasing the love of his life.

Written for:

The Philosopher's Stone Competition: The Boy Who Lived option

The Greenhouses Competition: Palm option

The Gemstone Competition: Topaz option

Broaden Your Horizons Challenge (Romance Stories): Truth option

The Diagon Alley Challenge: Quality Quidditch Supplies option

HP Potions Competition: Everlasting Elixir option