“He watched Jason’s face—looking more and more devastated as Thalia described their mom—and for once, Leo didn’t feel jealous of his friend. Leo might have lost his mom. He might have had some hard times. But at least he remembered her. […] He felt bad for Jason, not having memories like that—not having anything to fall back on.”
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In the midst of war they decided to marry. To surrender all their years with each other. Was it too fast? Could they have made the biggest mistake of their lives? Perhaps. Perhaps down the line it wouldn’t work out.
But he looked into her eyes. Imagined this scenario happening a hundred times fifty years into the future. He could see it, clear as day; a future memory existing right now, hovering between them.
And he knew that despite their youth, marrying her was something he’d never regret.
– James Potter, excerpt from a story still unwritten