Harry hugged his dad tightly.
"I'm gonna miss you dad." He choked, "Y-y-you too mum."
"Dont cry son. Its too girly." James said. Lily glared at him, so he moved on. "I have a little present for you. Here."
Curiously, Harry unwrapped his gift. Inside was.... his fathers invisibility cloak!
"Thanks dad! I love you. Bye mum. Love you too."
He hopped onto the train and found an empty carriage. Soon Sirius Black Junior joined him. The two helped each other haul their suitcases on the rack, then sat down. Black showed Harry what his dad had given him: the Mauraders map! Together with the cloak, they would be perfect for mischeif. A red-headed boy peeked round the door.
"Can I sit here?" He asked them. The two boys nodded in unison. Looking relieved, he plonked down next to Harry.
" I'm Ron. Ron Weasley." He said.
"I'm Harry, and thats Sirius Black the second." Grinned Harry. Momentarily the train started to judder. As it set off, the boy that Harry had seen in Diagon Alley entered their carridge.
"Hi. I'm Neville Longbottom. Can I sit here?"
Ron nodded casually, but Harry and Black were both sitting there, mouths wide open.
"OH MY GOD YOU'RE THE NEVILLE LONGBOTTOM!" Sirius practically screamed. Neville nodded, and his hair slipped.
"Look Black! It's the scar!" Yelled Harry.
"Oh my god you're serious."
"No, I'm Harry. YOU'RE Sirius."
"I meant S E R I O U S serious, not me Sirius." He explained.
"Wow, thats siriusly confusing." Grinned Harry. All four boys burst into laughter, which broke the tension completely.
"Anything from the trolley dears?" Came a womans voice.
Ron shook his head and held up a packet of mouldy sandwiches, but the other three boys all said "We'll take it all."
The rest of the journey was full of annoying bossy girls, lots of food, pranks they've played on people, their families, and trading life stories. By the end of the journey, all four had stitches from laughing too much.
A/N sorry for not updating. I've been busy with life. :) I'll try to update more often, but I can't promise. For now, goodbye readers.