9. Chapter 9
“Now,” Professor McGonagall began “What is the meaning of this?” To start off neither Georgina Lauren nor Talia said anything. “Well you’re going to have to tell me something.” Then Lauren piped up “It all started after the feast on the first day of school,” As Lauren explained her side of the story, Georgina was astonished that Talia had targeted Lauren before she even made contact her.
“I see,” Professor McGonagall, said, “Miss Bradley, may I hear your side of the story.” Georgina took a deep breathe “Well it was just after Transfiguration, me and my friend, Izzy Ellwood, were leaving class went…” then Georgina’s story continued and then ended up at the same point Lauren’s did.
“Excuse me, Professor,” Talia said afterwards “But are you really going to believe them? I mean, what if they’re lying?” Professor McGonagall glared at her “I’m sorry to say Miss Knight but Miss Bradley and Miss Hagen aren’t the only one’s who have witnessed you’re behaviour. It seems everyone from first year to third year has see your prejudice behaviour. For that I’m going to take fifty points from Slytherin and you’ll be in detention for the rest of the week.”
Talia stormed out of the room. Professor McGonagall turned to Georgina and Lauren “As for you two, I’m going to take twenty points from your houses for sparking the conflict I witnessed earlier. You may now leave.” The two left with smiles on their faces. Talia had been brought to justice and they could now hang out in public. It was free period after lunch so they decided to start from there.
“Hey, Georgina, Lauren, come hang with us.” Sheryl called over just as she, Izzy, Annie and Anaïs left the Great Hall. “Do you want to?” Georgina asked Lauren. “OK,” She smiled “It’ll be nice to know what hanging out with a group of Gryffindors is like.” The two giggled and joined the others. Since then everyone was happy. Even after serving her punishment Talia made friends with a Gryffindor girl.
But the best thing was Lauren and Georgina’s friendship was unbreakable and nothing could stop them.