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Okay i'm terrible at these things so here goes nothing:
Silver Lestrange. That's her name, that's who she is, that's who she was, that's who she will be, forever. Or so she is told. But silver wants a different life, a life not of bullying, crime, teasing, and mistreatment. Living with the Malfoy's, being told she is a Lestrange, daughter of one of the most feared death eaters EVER, she is constantly told she has a high expectations to live up to. But when she goes to Hogwarts, she meets a special someone that shows her she doesn't have to be who her mother is. She changes, whether it's for the good, or the worst.


4. sausages and tea

I awoke to the sweat smell of sausage and tea, the Aroma coming from right next to me. I looked over to see a plate with two sausages and a cup of steaming tea. I stared at it for a second. Then I scoffed it down. A bit piggy, I know, but it tasted amazing!!! I took the last sip of tea when the door opened. In came a women with red hair and a kind smile on her face.

"Good morning, dear. So glad you're awake! Are you feeling any better? She asked.

"Um, ya, but who are you?" I asked.

"Oh, excuse my manners! I'm Mrs. Weasley." She chirped.

"Weasley? I have heard that name before, but from where?" I asked aloud, though to myself.

"Arthur works at the ministry, maybe from there?" She told me.

"Arthur! Arthur Weasley! Now I remember. My uncle talks about him all the time, though not in the most pleasant ways." I said, mumbling the last part.

"Who is your uncle?" Mrs. Weasley asked.

"Oh, I don't think that's really necessary." I said, a bit nervous.

"Dear, we won't judge you because of you relations." She said.

"Um, he may or may not be Lucius Malfoy." I said, muttering the last part.


"Lucius Malfoy." I muttered.

"Dear, you'll have to stop muttering." She smiled.

"Lucius Malfoy." I snarled. I hated him. I was nothing like him, I just hoped she knew that.

She sighed, then smiled. "We don't judge, sweetie." I exhaled, thankful.

"My name is Sliver, by the way." I said.

"Good to meet you Silver, but what were you doing so far from home?" She asked. I avoided her gaze.

"Hm, it's alright. Would you like to join my family and I downstairs? You can have more tea and sausages."

I smiled. "That would be nice."

((Sorry it's so short I don't really know that I'm doing. Please give me ideas!))

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