The class began to pile out, and Lily bit her lip.
"Are you sure you're okay?"
"Yes, for the millionth time, I'm absolutely fine! Now, go on without me, I'll probably stay behind for a few more minutes." Lily nodded, but looked reluctant to leave. I rolled my eyes. "Go!"
After everyone had left the classroom, Professor Finkle came over and hugged me.
"I know you don't want to, but you're going to have to tell me what happened, sweetie."
I sighed shakily, and curled my hands into tight fists to stop them from trembling, my smile gone. "Well w-when I touched L-Lily's hand, it was like I was - I was sucked through a tube. It was b-black and - then I saw Lily at her wedding and she looked so - so happy."
My words got cut off by a sob that escaped from the back of my throat.
Professor Finkle smiled warmly at me, encouraging me to carry on.
"And then - it went pitch black again. When I could see again, it was her with her husband and their baby! And they were smiling and so happy and like n-nothing could replace it - and then - and -" Another sob forced it's way out of my mouth.
"Jasmine?" the Professor said softly, I look up at her through my now damp eyelashes. "Is there something else, or are you not ready to tell me?"
I shook my head, a tear escaping and trickling down my cheek. "I can't say it, if I do it would make it more real, rather than just a - a dream."
She nodded her head, rubbing my shoulder comfortingly. "Well, you can skip the rest of your classes if you're still shaken up."
I nodded, sniffling. "Thank you."
Once we had finished talking, I made my way to Gryffindor Tower.
"Password?" said the Fat Lady.
I walked into the Common Room, flopped on the couch in front of the fire, and had a nap, suddenly feeling exhausted all of sudden.
"Jasmine, wake up!" Lily yelled in my ear, jolting me awake. I glared at her, and she laughed.
"Are you okay now?" I rolled my eyes.
"I was fine before, I told you that," I said, getting up from the sofa.
James came up and hugged me tightly. "Don't you dare do that again, you really scared us," he mumbled into my ear.
I hug him back, laughing.
"I didn't do anything, I just felt a bit ill, that's all," I lied.
"Aw, sibling love. Bless."
I rolled my eyes at Lily, and look round at everyone. "Guys, can we go to dinner? I'm starving."
On the way to dinner, Sirius and I walked together, a few paces behind the others.
"So what did you see, Jas?" I tensed up.
"I didn't see anything."
Sirius rolled his eyes, "Yes, you did."
Well, so much for hiding it from everyone.
"I can't tell you."
He sighed, "Okay, but just please don't do it again, you really did get us all scared."
"Aw, Siri!" I cooed, and ruffled his hair, grinning as he ducked away from me, hands immediately flying to his head to try and smooth down his curls.
"Oh, guys! A full moon is tonight!" James grinned, and Lily looked at us, puzzled.
"What do you guys do on a full moon?"
I frowned. "What do you mean?"
She rolled her eyes, "You guys always go somewhere every full moon, don't think I haven't noticed."
I laughed nervously. "We don't go anywhere!"
She sighed, and ate her food.
I look at Remus guiltily, and mouth
Can I tell her? Please.
He hesitated, then nodded his head slowly.
"Do you really want to know where we go on full moons?"
She looked up and nodded eagerly.
"Well," I took a deep breath. "We help Remus during his transformation."
Lily furrowed her eyebrows. "What do -" Her eyes widened in realisation. "Oh - oh my god! Remus?" He looked up, his cheeks flushed. "Why didn't you tell me?"
He shook his head sadly. "It's not something you normally go around telling people, Lily." Lily sighed.
"Remus, you're not a monster, okay?" He ignored her, taking a sip of his pumpkin juice.
"Wait! How don't you guys get infected?" Lily gestured to James, Sirius, Peter and I.
I grinned. "Animals don't get infected, Lily-Petal." I winked as she fell back in her chair, shaking her head in disbelief.
"Don't tell me! You're -"
"Animagi? Yeah we are, whoops."
Lily looked at us all for a moment, looking impressed.
The sun was setting, and it was time to go to the Shrieking Shack.
"Jas, please be safe," Lily said, hugging me.
"I've been doing this for a year, Lils, I think I will be safe."
I guess I was kinda wrong about that.