Horace Slughorn: Lily? Lily Evans?

Horace: Oh, Harriet my dear. Forgive me, but you look so much like your mother.

Horace: Except for, of course, the eyes. You have your–

((Harriet “sick of being told she looks like her dead parents” Potter is online! Huge shoutout to @sirussly for her scar tutorial))

anonymous asked:

Regarding your question,its not like a whole sketch or anything but you know in the comic where Lily is patching up James and he never gives up his friends? I LOVE the look on Lily's face when she looks at James, like, it has a wealth of information. Its like, I don't even know how to describe it. Its like Lily just felt her hole world turn on its axis and she likes it. Loves it. And she doesn't even know what to do that with that information yet. Yeah I love that expression

I suppose you’re talking about this comic:

I have to say… I took an eternity to draw lily’s expressions, because I thought it wasn’t showing the things I wanted to show about her feelings for James during that moment. And I appreciate this message so much, it made me think I accomplished what I was trying to with her expression. Thank you ❤️


[7/10 female characters] - natasha rostova, war and peace

Natasha was happy as she had never been in her life. She was at that highest pitch of happiness, when one becomes completely good and kind, and disbelieves in the very possibility of evil, unhappiness, and sorrow.