I woke up at my alarm playing Diana which was my favorite song from the album. I rolled over but I was stopped by Harry's arms which were wrapped around me protectively. Ever since Joe had done that stuff to me Harry had been my rock, the one I knew I needed at my lowest point. I really did love him and I know I always will. My movement woke Harry up and he gave me a kiss on my forehead.
"Morning babe" He said. I got up and kissed him back.
"I want to go somewhere, for luck and I want you to come with me please?!" I said back and he shot up.
"Sure, but where?" He asked.
"You'll find out later, meet me in the hall in half an hour" I said as I walked into the bathroom to brush my teeth. I put my hair into a high ponytail as I would be doing my hair properly for later. I also didn't put too much make-up on for the same reason. The weather was a bit colder than usual this morning but it was still sunny for the beginning of December so I put on some leggings and a top with my coat and my boots, grabbed my phone and keys then went to meet Harry in the hall.
I held Harry's hand as we stepped through the gate into the graveyard behind the church. I needed to come here for luck. It was tradition. Every dance show I would come and visit my brothers grave for good luck but now I was visiting my parents' as well. I walked to the back of the church yard where there were 3 headstones in a row.
She had bought me to her parents grave and I immediately felt a pang of sadness.
"Babe, why today?" I ask her and she looks up at me with a sad smile on her face.
"Because, it's tradition. Every dance show or performance, I would visit my brothers grave. But now I'm having to visit my parents too. Mum and Dad started it. They told me that even though he wasn't here, he still was wanting to wish me luck. I hope mum and dad are too." She finished off, sucking in a deep breath as we reached the three consecutive headstones at the back of the yard. We knelt down in front of them and I heard Holly sob quietly so I wrapped my arms around her as she sobbed but not cry into my arms.
After a while Holly stood up and I followed suit and held her hand. As we reached the gate I felt snowflakes on my nose and I looked up to see it was snowing, not lightly, but not heavily. I turned to face her as she whispered to the graveyard:
"I'll see you soon. I love you" She said to her parents and brother, who were in a better place now, I'm sure of it. I looked at her face and into her blue eyes which were covered by the snowflakes' shadows on her eyelashes and I kissed her passionately, letting her know I wasn't going anywhere and I was gonna stick around until the day I die.
"Screw kissing in the rain, kissing in the snow is so much better" She said and I chuckled as I pulled her back into the warmth of the car and drove off.