2. Diagon Alley
In London Hagrid took me into a pub and when we went into a room with nothing in there Hagrid tapped the brick wall with his umbrella three times up and three times across. "Welcome Elsa to Diagon Alley." The place was amazing there was so much to look at but the building that really caught my eye was Gringotts the wizarding bank. It was a tall ice white building with pillars holding some of it up. When we went in Hagrid walked over to a big family all with flaming red hair. "Hello Mrs Weasley. Pleasure to see you here." Hagrid said. "Oh hello Hagrid why are you here today." I stood behind Hagrid and felt a little embaressed when he pushed me forward. "Taking Elsa here on Hogwarts buisness." As Hagrid kept talking about some things with the Weasleys a boy of eleven I think started talking to me. "Hello I'm Ron Weasley." He said putting his hand out to shake mine. "Princess Elsa but just call me Elsa, please." And I put out a gloved hand and shook his hand. "So are you starting Hogwarts this year Elsa?" Ron asked me. "Yeah I'm starting this year. You?" I answered and asked. "I'm starting to. What house do you want to be in?" He asked. "House?" I asked Ron. " There are four houses at Hogwarts: Griffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin. Griffindor is for the brave, Hufflepuff is for the nice, Ravenclaw is for the smart and Slytherin is for the cunning and mean." Ron explained. I liked Ron as a friend because he was the kind of boy who didn't question you about things. Like why I wore gloves all the time. To me he sounded like a Hufflepuff or a Griffindor because he was really nice and he sounded brave to say anything to anyone like to a really horrible boy called Draco Malfoy he said this "Bit to expensive for you Weasley isn't she." Looking at me. Expensive. Who does he think he is. Expensive. That word kept coming back to my mind. Expensive. Me and Ron asked Hagrid and Mrs Weasley if I could go round with the Weasleys for mine and Ron's Hogwarts shopping and lucky us they said yes! I kept asking myself whether I should tell Ron about my ice powers. When I had no-one to confide in about my powers I felt lonely, like I had nobody else in the world to talk to because I didn't have anyone to tell. I was alone for the past five years without Anna or mum or dad to talk to. I miss Anna more than anyone now. I had made up my mind, I would tell him. But at the right time when me and Ron were sent to buy a wand each I decided that that was the right moment. Before we went into Ollivanders I said "Ron I have to tell you something. I have..." I couldn't do it. It was just to hard. I couldn't lose my first friend in forever. I'd already lost Anna because of this. "Yes Elsa. What do you want to tell me?" He'd obviously heard me. "Never mind. It doesn't even matter anyway." I said shyly holding one of my arms. "Ok. In case you want to know you can tell me anything. Whatever your like you'll still be the Elsa that I met in Gringotts." That made me want to say it but I felt like that one thing would change our friendship and I would be left like I was until Hagrid brought me here to Ron. Now I liked Ron as more than a friend. Much more.