edits:-ginny-x-harry

And he knew that at that moment, they understood each other perfectly, and when he told her what he was going to do now, she would not say ‘be careful’ or ‘don’t do it’, but she would accept his decision because she would not have expected anything less of him.

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Because no matter what  I love these two soooo much (:

I would probably die of happiness if burdge really notices this, in case it was drawn for her…asdffghjkl  I really don’t know what to say I just in love with her drawings and I started reading HP perhaps just because of her art and the fact she’s still drawing and posting Harry Potter stuff is just amazing. awww why do i always not know what to write

Jily & Hinny: James and Lily watch over Harry and Ginny from the afterlife. For anon.

They’ve made a habit of watching over the two of them, but the one thing that James refuses to miss is Ginny’s Quidditch games. “Not about to miss one of the brightest players on the pitch, now am I?” he always says.

This particular match against Puddlemere is important, he tells her, because it determines whether or not the Harpies move on to the division championship. James whoops and hollers every time she makes a goal.

Lily finds herself subduing laughter; his energy is contagious. “I’m beginning to wonder who’s the bigger fan: you or Harry.”

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Hinny: Ginny teasing Harry in front of their kids and Harry retaliating, for anon.

“What did Daddy do next?” Lily-Luna prompted, bouncing on her mother’s knee eagerly, transfixed by Ginny’s story-weaving.

“Well.” Ginny broke into a broad smile, eyes locked on her oblivious husband, bent over The Daily Prophet in the kitchen in the next room. “Grandma Molly was just appalled that Daddy’s hair wouldn’t behave, so she said he had to get a haircut before the wedding.”

Lily-Luna’s eyes widened and her lips formed an astonished o. She gaped at Ginny for a long time before twisting her head towards the kitchen and calling to her father, scandalized, “You got a haircut, Daddy?”

Harry frowned at the paper as the question sunk in, then glanced into the living room, settling back in his chair  with a confusion-creased brow. “Sorry?" 

His daughter swung her legs to kick herself off of Ginny’s lap and scampered into the kitchen, seating herself beside Harry. "Mummy says you got a haircut before you got married.”

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anonymous asked:

Do you remember how when Malfoy said that Ginny was Harry's girlfriend, Harry didn't react at all but 2 years later he went around telling everyone how Hermione wasn't his girlfriend and he didn't want to be under the mistletoe with Luna? This fandom makes up elaborate theories on how Neville's mother was sending secret messages via gum wrappers but they think this ship wasn't developed well enough??? How could anyone be more obvious? I feel sorry for Jo, she thought her fandom had common sense.

Ahh wow you’re so right though anon this fandom is incredible (btw I’m loving these anons sending me thoughts on H/G don’t stop never give up). I think something interesting about the early books is although the HP fandom considers Ginny an annoying fangirl and in some weird cases almost a stalker, Harry so obviously doesn’t?? Ginny doesn’t make him annoyed or I guess uncomfortable the way someone like Colin Creevy does (I love Colin so much, but he’s definitely more of a fanboy than Ginny was). I live 4 early Harry/Ginny because Harry is so kind and sweet towards Ginny and I love it

Sometimes I feel like the Harry Potter fandom only acknowledges parts of the canon that it wants to. Like the other day I saw a really great post about like what people remember about James Potter vs what they conveniently forget to suit their own needs, and I think it’s the same with Ginny and Harry/Ginny. It’s amazing so amazing.

Hinny: Harry’s clumsy proposal at the Burrow, for anon.

He’d been hanging onto this ring for the better part of two months now–trying to find the proper moment. At first he’d thought to propose after the Harpies won, but unfortunately since their Seeker succumbed to injury the team had been struggling to keep up with the rest of the league.

So that nixed that.

The next thing he thought of was taking her to Hogsmeade, a throwback to the Hogwarts’ days; Ginny beat him to it, though, calling an impromptu girls’ day with Hermione at the Three Broomsticks.

He was thoroughly stumped; he couldn’t leave it to dinner and a walk through the park. This proposal had to mean something, after all they’d been through. He owed her that much and more. 

They’re at the Burrow one afternoon, Harry at the table with his legs stretched out under the table so his feet rest in Ginny’s lap, who’s sitting across from him. Hermione and Ron sit to his right, and Charlie to Ginny’s left. They’re talking about his recent travels in the Netherlands, and Harry finds himself hopelessly distracted by the way the afternoon light hits Ginny’s hair.

So distracted, he doesn’t realize Ron is calling his name until he elbows him in the ribs.

Ow!” Harry exclaims, jumping.

“You weren’t answering!” Ron says, nonplussed. “My mum was asking you about dinner next week.”

Harry looks up to see Molly standing in the doorway, waiting expectantly. He tries not to go too red. “What about dinner?”

Molly smiles fondly, if tiredly. “I was just asking if you and Ginny would be joining us for dinner on Saturday night? Charlie will still be here, after all. And George is bringing Angelina. And Bill and Fleur will be just getting back from France, so I thought it would be nice to get the whole family together.”

Harry blinks. He looks across at Ginny, who shrugs and smiles. “Doesn’t make a difference to me.”

The whole family, Harry thinks to himself. Suddenly, he grins–that’s it. “Of course we’ll be here–wouldn’t miss it for the world.”

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im reading deathly hallows again and

Someone else was moving not far away, stooping over another prone figure on the ground. He was feet away from her when he realised it was Ginny.

He stopped in his tracks. She was crouching over a girl who was whispering for her mother.

“It’s all right,” Ginny was saying. “It’s OK. We’re going to get you inside.”

“But I want to go home,” whispered the girl. “I don’t want to fight any more!”

“I know,” Ginny said, and her voice broke. “It’s going to be all right.”

Ripples of cold undulated over Harry’s skin. He wanted to shout out to the night, he wanted Ginny to know that he was there, he wanted her to know where he was going. He wanted to be stopped, to be dragged back, to be sent back home…

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Ginny was kneeling beside the injured girl now, holding her hand. With a huge effort, Harry forced himself on. He thought he saw Ginny look round as he passed and wondered whether she had sensed someone walking nearby, but he did not speak, and he did not look back.

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