2. The House
Ginny escorted Harry back to their house in Hogsmead, Ginny having to guide Harry through the busy streets, Harry not knowing where he was. She took the key out of Harry's pocket and unlocked the old flaking door. They walked in and Harry sat down in a chair. Not the chair he usually sat in, because to him, every chair was the same, and the fact that the chair he usually sat in was his fathers bared no resemblance to him. He was broken.
Later that evening, Ginny took Harry to bed, he fell asleep almost instantly, but Ginny stayed awake for hours afterwards. She couldn't help thinking about what she had done to Harry. Ever since they had got home, he had been completely different. He sat in her spot on the sofa, he forgot where he put his wand on the table, he forgot about his invisibility cloak and how he always tricked her into thinking he had gone to the shop to buy her a butter beer. Instead he just sat there in her spot - a gabbling, clueless mess. She eventually gave up fighting with herself. She grabbed her wand and cast a memory counter-curse only wizards can pronounce. Harry looked at her with the same eyes he always did, and then got up, and put his wand on the table in the corner of the room, just where he always put it. Ginny let out a sigh of relief - Harry was back!