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Dear Al, September 15, 2017 We are sorry to hear that you are upset about your placement in Slytherin but we are not sorry that you were placed there. You will do magnificent there! Just as we told you before we are proud of you no matter what. We are happy you became friends with Scorpius and made friends with your other roommates! We miss you everyday and are constantly thinking of you!! XOXO, Mum, Dad & Lily Albus did not immediately run to his room to write back to his parents; an urge he would have had two weeks prior. He shoved the letter into his book bag and turned towards Scorpius and his friends, soon forgetting about the message from home. “Yeah, Professor Ainsworth is the worst!!” Albus interjected back into the conversation. Later in Herbology Scorpius and Albus listened to Professor Longbottom drone on about the magical properties of fungi from the back row of the classroom. The boys were playing the Magic Symbols Game in the Daily Prophet when Professor Longbottom
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Julia Lesses Fan Fiction had stopped talking, the both looked up to see why there was silence, only to find him right in front of them. “Anything interesting to read about today gentlemen?” asked their Professor. “Umm…uh…no Professor,” mumbled the boys quietly. “Good, then how about you tell the class about what product is best used to fertilize the magical mushrooms I have been discussing.” “Of course uh…” said Albus as he looked at Scorpius for relief. Scorpius quickly looked from Albus and dashed his eyes around the room looking for a helping face. His eyes stopped at Abigail Kent who was mouthing “DRAG-ON DUNG!!!” “Err…dragon dug?!” exclaimed Scorpius who looked at Albus with an uncertain face. “You’re 75% of the way there Mr. Malfoy, Mr. Potter do you care to help out your…friend?” Professor Longbottom asked the boy. “He meant dragon dung Professor Longbottom…honest mistake.” Albus coolly said, glancing at Abigail. “Well great then, I will carry on with my lesson plan. Thanks for the Daily Prophet too!” said Professor Longbottom, as he picked up the paper and put it under his arm. “I’ll catch up on my reading later!” There was a low whisper of giggles throughout the class as Neville Longbottom returned to his position at the front of the classroom. His students never could have guessed that he was once an insecure boy sitting in the same seats as them. His students
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Julia Lesses Fan Fiction respected him and even found him interesting, regardless of whether they played Magical Symbol’s during his class. Nothing solidifies a freshman between two young boys living in Hogwarts together than getting into trouble for the first time together and time showed Albus that Scorpius was becoming a better friend than he had originally anticipated. In addition to Herbology the boys were in the same Defense Against the Dark Arts class, Flying class, Potions class and Astronomy class. Although all of the time they spent together resulted
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  • Spring '12
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  • Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Albus, Albus Potter, Julia Lesses Fan

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