One-shot: Embracing tradition

important otp christmas question: who has placed mistletoe in every room of the house to get in as many kisses as possible and who is exasperatedly questioning ‘this is the 5th timE TODAY WHERE IS ALL THIS MISTLETOE COMING FROM?’ before sighing and leaning in [x]

Title: Embracing tradition
Rating: M
Words: 715
Summary: It’s Ron and Hermione’s first Christmas holidays as a married couple, and Ron wants it to be exceptionally traditional.
Warnings: Inuendo.
A/N 1: I saw that post and I just had to. Especially because I was already writing a Christmassy fic, but it’s going to be smutty and it’s impossible to write smut when you’re surrounded by people 24/7… Also I will ask for a second opinion before posting it. Expect it for New Year’s!
A/N 2: As I finished this right. now. it’s not beta-read. Remember my first language is Spanish and don’t judge me. Some phrase recurrences are completely intentional. I’ll have it betaed and update it as soon as I can.
A/N 3: Very Merry Happy Christmas to all those who celebrate it and happy holidays to everyone, whether it’s summer or winter break for you! I hope you’ll have a peaceful time, wherever, however and with whoever you’re celebrating, if you are.


Embracing tradition

 The pearly white berries stared at Hermione like blind, beady eyes lurking from the doorway.

Of the bathroom.

Half an hour earlier, when she’d encountered the small bunch hanging over the kitchen’s entrance, she’d had the déjà vu feeling of having seen mistletoe on the hallway when she’d arrived from work. Of course she didn’t have but a split second to question the recurrence, as Ron had already swopped in to kiss the living daylights out of her. Like he’d done the minute Hermione arrived from work.

Read More

[[the main reason why I loved Hermione and Ron was because Ron came second in absolutely everything. His mother wanted a girl instead of him, he wasn’t the smartest, he wasn’t the most attractive and he basically lived in his best friend’s shadow. But despite all that he was loyal. He defended Harry, supported Harry and even put his life on the line for Harry. Hermione was the only one who saw right through Ron and loved him for exactly who he was. They were polar opposites but they balanced each other in every way. So yeah, J.K. could have gone with the textbook perfect couple but I love that she went the more realistic route. Ron was second to everyone but Hermione]]

Okay no sit down and let modnar tell you a thing-

The prospect of this bothers me to no end. Ignoring the fact that I love the calm, stable balance point that Ginny serves to Harry, I don’t like the dynamic of what Harry/Hermione would do the trio. 

Ron hated living in Harry’s shadow. Harry was the famous friend. Harry got all the attention. And what did Ron get? Ron got the hand-me-downs. I liked how just for once the one girl in the group didn’t fall for the main guy. Ron’s not the most intelligent of wizards, and yet the brightest witch of her age decided that she wanted him anyway and long story short don’t touch me


The Patronus, asserted Spangle, represents that which is hidden, unknown but necessary within the personality. ‘For it is evident,’ he writes, in his masterwork Charms of Defence and Deterrence, ‘… that a human confronted with inhuman evil, such as the Dementor, must draw upon resources he or she may never have needed, and the Patronus is the awakened secret self that lies dormant until needed, but which must now be brought to light…’