Lily’s family life had its up and downs. Her parents were always wonderful and extremely supportive of her. Even though they didn’t fully understand her abilities, they were always eager to learn and to see what kind of thing she could do. Her mother, Elizabeth, was constantly asking her for updates when it came to the wizarding world, especially when news of the war broke out. Lily used to order a copy of The Prophet for her and one to ship to her mother, along with some editions of Witch Weekly.
Will Evans, her father, had a fascination with Quidditch. The first time Lily took James home, they spent hours and hours discussing sports. He invited them to a football match, and the Potters returned the favour by taking the Evans to the Quidditch World Cup.
Then of course, there was Petunia. Lily and her sister don’t really talk anymore, especially since she got married to Vernon. She has seen her nephew personally only once, briefly- and Petunia only sent a letter of condolences when she found out that Harry was gone. Why? One might wonder. There are a couple of reasons. Their relationship was pretty much destroyed since her sister started pretty much hating everything to do with magic and Lily’s world. It only got worse when their mother died, shortly after Harry was born. However, their bond was definitely shattered when she had to go into hiding and decided to erase her father’s memories of herself. Petunia could never forgive her for that; for messing with their dad’s brain like that, for putting everyone in danger. Lily offered to erase her memory as well, but she wanted nothing to do with it.
Nowadays Lily’s dad is still alive, and she often sends letters to her sister, asking about his well being. Petunia’s replies are short, sporadic, and icy.
I hate it when people ask me to describe what the book I’m reading is about because I know you mean you want me to give you a short, basic description but I can’t do that, no, either you get the whole life story of the book or you read the goddamn back
Bill- Go. I’m the one who got you all into this. I’m s-s-sorry.. go!
Bev- Guys, we can’t.
Richie- I told you Bill. I fucking told you. I don’t wanna die. It’s your fault. You punched me in the face, you made me walk through shitty water, you brought me to a fucking crackhead house, and now… I’m gonna have to kill this fucking clown. WELCOME TO THE LOSERS CLUB ASSHOLE!
Favorite bits of Lili and Cole’s answers from the Riverdale cast panel at Wizard World Comic Con ~ haha essentially Cole wants to name Polly’s babies Zack and Cody, Lili wanna be the female Jughead and Cole is whipped. xD [vids]
This film doesn’t romanticize eating disorders! It shows how fucking scary they can be! It shows how they can become an unhealthy obsession that controls every aspect of your life! The only thing romanticized in this film is life, and the beauty held within.
James Potter accidentally shifting into Animagus shape when someone gives him a scare, and the first night Harry starts screaming in the middle of the night Lily isn’t sure if she’s still dreaming when she sees a distressed deer jumping against the bedroom door