A Magical Month (The Battle of the Fandoms competition)

(Re-uploading for the competition)
1975 ... Alex and her best friend Kyle's school decides to make their student exchange program with a a very strange school, a school that teaches REAL magic - it's called Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Alex goes to the Ravenclaw house and Kyle goes to Gryffindor, they meet cool people.
When Alex meets Sirius Black and Kyle meets Clara Patel they discover another type of magic that happens in Hogwarts and another reason to get sparks without even using a wand - they start falling for each other.

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55. Last Day at Hogwarts

Kyle's P.O.V


When I woke up the other day I only had one thing in my mind. Today was the last day at Hogwarts. I hated having to accept the idea of leaving Hogwarts, and I couldn't believe it was going to happen tomorrow. After we bought our wands yesterday and Alex and Sirius told us about the announcement Mr. Ollivander told them we all got so excited for her, I was so happy that I actually left her a couple of inches off of the ground when I hugged her. I hope Sirius didn't mind, or Clara. But the good thing is that they both know how the relationship between Alex and me is, they both know that we're really just like a brother and a sister.

Just before leaving Diagon Alley the marauders, Clara and Max said that they wanted to go somewhere and didn't take us with them. We didn't mind it that much but it got us all curious. After all of the waiting, they came back, both Max and Remus came back with huge boxes in their hands. They were fully covered and we didn't know what they were covering. When we asked them, they told us not to ask, and that it was nothing important, so we didn't insist on knowing. After we went to our room, Remus and Max both went somewhere with the what-seemed-like boxes with them, and when they came back they were empty-handed. It probably was something between them, I don't know what exactly.

I wasn't sure how I was going to spend my last day at Hogwarts. I was still in bed, awake but still laying there, thinking. Then I suddenly got up and started calling the four of the boys so that they can wake up, after all we were leaving at about 6:00 pm and we only had half a day to spend. I want to spend it with the boys, and with Clara. I want to spend so much time with them all, because I’m sure I’m going to miss them once I leave Hogwarts. 

The boys hadn't any mischievous plans for today, so we decided to just spend half of the day together and then I'd spend the rest of the time with Clara. So we started doing some random stuff together, talking, watching people on the marauder map -which was actually pretty fun- and then we had breakfast and we told Clara about our plans for today and when we finished our breakfast, I started packing so that I'd be ready. No one was having any classes today, so that they'd be able to spend time with us. 

 

 

Alex's P.O.V


"Have I forgotten anything?" I asked Max. I was packing my bag, Kyle and I decided to pack them now, it was better this way. 

"You forgot something!" She said realizing, she came to me with my teddy bear and the picture that had me with my parents. 

"Oh my God! Thank you!" I said. The idea of forgetting these two things was like a nightmare to me. They were some of my favorite stuff. Now my wand also was one of these precious things, so was my broom. We barely found place for the broom, but at last we did. I closed the suitcase's zipper and stared at it for a while. There was a moment of silence. 

"You- you really are leaving aren't you?" Max asked me at last. I looked at her and saw how sad she was. I immediately hugged her tightly, and she hugged me back. It took me a while to realize that we were both crying. "Gonna miss you so much you silly, beautiful muggle." She said crying, her hug still tough. 

"Wait a second I'm not a full muggle now, am I?" I said stopping the hug and looking at her. We both started laughing. Our faces were still close and someone stormed into the room. 

"You guys, Lara - Were you two kissing?" Clara said looking at us shocked. Max and I burst out laughing. 

"Ewww!" We both said. Then  Clara stared at us for a while, smiling, but suddenly her eyes started tearing. 

"Alex, I'll miss you so much when you leave! I can't imagine waking up and just finding my stupid sister and stupid, stupid friend with me, without my other friend." She said now crying. I started crying again, and soon Max joined me. I hugged Clara and then we group hugged. When we stopped it was my turn to talk, 

"I'm gonna miss you both way more! I'm gonna miss everything! God!" Then Max started laughing,

"Look at us, crying like little babies " she said and she started wiping her own tears, then mine. "Come on, let's do something fun. Let's play confessions." 

"What is this game?" I asked. 

"We sit in a circle and tell each other confessions, it's really fun." Clara explained. 

"What were you tying to say Clara, when you got in?" I asked.

"Before I asked if you were kissing? Oh, nothing important, just that Lara was accepted in the Quidditch team, she's gonna be the new chaser." 

So we sat in a circle on the ground. The girls decided to start so that they can show me how the game goes, even that it was quite simple, really.

"Confession number one: The whole idea of Alex dating Sirius scared me so much at first, I never thought Sirius would treat her that good." Max said. "Your turn Clara." 

"Confession number two: I used to suck my toe when I was ten." We laughed at this. 

"You've gotta be kidding me!" I said. 

"No, really!" Clara said. "Come on, your turn." 

"Confession number three: In my first two days here, I couldn't tell Lara and Clara apart." 

The game went on like this, it was so funny and so embarrassing, but it was also fun and relieving.

"Confession number fifteen: When I first met Clara in my first year, I hated her so much that I tried to hex her." 

It made me feel that these two girls, were my first girl-best-friends and it felt awesome to have them with me. They weren't judging me and I wasn't judging them. They liked me for my personality and for who I am. I was never going to forget these two girls. Ever.

At last I said, "Confession number twenty-four: You girls are the first girls-bestfriends I've ever had. I will never, ever forget you and all the times we had." And again, we cried.

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