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I'm not fussed that Rowling's got opinions about her own universe, but didn't she once call Harry/Hermione shippers delusional? Protesting too much, I suppose she was. Oh, well, it's not as though her opinion has any bearing on book canon, right? (And we can "fix" the parts of it we don't like with fan fic, yes?) *loves fandom*

Here's more love of a fuzzier kind:

Albus & Minerva Embracing in the Night

Albus/Merva 4evah!

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arynwy
Feb. 4th, 2014 03:30 am (UTC)
Don't feel bad. I procrastinate over writing all the time. If it weren't for some really grand folk (like Iuls) in fandom talking me into actually committing my ideas to actual writing and posting, I'd never have done more than lurked, LOL!

To me, Ron was with Lavender because he wanted to be 'normal'. Both he and his family were fully involved in the war. At this point, the poor guy just wanted to be a popular jock with a pretty girl on his arm that admired him for him. Lavender gave him all of that and more - allowing him to virtually put his head in the sand until he was poisoned. She gave him the needed confidence in himself.

Neville took Ginny to the Yule Ball - so there is the opening for that pair, along with the events of Year 7.

As for Slytherin House at the end - that scene was a mirror and response to the Leaving Feast in Year 1 where Dumbledore stole the House Cup from them. I've always felt that the Hogwarts wards broke when Minerva tossed them out on their ear. The DE's didn't actually breach the castle until after that occurred.

See - told you I have thoughts on everything! *grins* I'd love to see where you are headed with yours.