Well, I’ve finally managed to get my greedy little hands on MEA so I’ll be MIA for a few days while I get my fix, pun intended. In the meantime um…here’s some pictures of my pupper to distract from my absence?
Hi there love your blog! I was wondering if you you could do a Draco malfoy imagine where you are best friends with the golden trio, and its fourth year at the Yule ball and you don’t have a date, but you still go. And you’re sitting there with Ron and harry, and Draco walks up and asks you to dance in a really shy and fluffy way and the guys are protective but they eventually say alright and you and Draco dance together for the rest of the night. Thank you!
As one final touch, I finished my mascara and looked in the mirror. My light blue dress fit me perfectly, flowing gracefully down my body. My hair was gently curled and put up into a complex hairstyle on top of my head, and my makeup was not too prominent on my face, just the way I liked it.
I noticed something about my eyeliner and stepped closer to get a better look. The wing on my left eye didn’t match with the wing on my right eye. Humphing, I rubbed them off my eyelids and proceeded to try to draw new wings.
“And why did Dumbledore have to say that magic makeup isn’t allowed?” Grumbling, I quickly swiped on new eyeliner and grabbing my shoes, sped down the stairs to the Great Hall.
When I entered, it was like walking into a whole other world. The professors had really gone out of their way to make the Hall a winter fantasy. Ice sculptures lined the walls, and fancy chandeliers hung from the ceiling.
I scanned the room quickly for my friends, and found Neville and Ginny in the crowd, awkwardly standing next to each other. Ginny looked uncomfortable and a bit scared of the older students surrounding her, and Neville looked like he wanted to speak to Ginny, but had no clue how to.
I made my way over.
“Hey, Ginny! Neville!” They both turned to look at me and looks of relief flooded their faces.
“Y/n! You’re finally here!” Ginny grabbed my arm and dragged me over.
“Yeah, I had a little trouble with my makeup, and then I had to wait for my nonexistent date.” I motioned to the air beside me, accidentally slapping someone and earning a glare from them.