||[Apr. 21st, 2003|09:58 pm]
Bill feels a little guilty about Angelina. She was, after all, Fred's girl. And she's so much younger than he is.
But Bill's old enough to know that you can't choose who you fall for. And besides, Fred and Angelina broke up over a year ago, and he's seeing someone else now. Bill is sure his brother will give them his blessing, if or when anything happens.
As for the age thing, it's never been a very big deal to Bill. Even less so now: when you might die tomorrow, why worry that your girlfriend's younger than you, as long as she's legal?
So the next time Angelina asks him to go for a drink, he's going to say yes.
Nothing happened between George and Katie at school.
He's not entirely sure why: the others paired off quickly enough, Lee with Alicia and Fred with Angelina, and a lot of people assumed George was with Katie, just because it would be so tidy. And he did always like her.
But for some reason, it never happened.
Things are different now. Lee is dead, and Angelina is seeing Bill, of all people. Alicia and Fred got together a little while ago. George thinks it's more for comfort than anything.
He's going to ask Katie out tomorrow. He still likes her, and why waste time, with such danger all around them?
Oliver gave up professional Quidditch when the war broke out. Dumbledore needed talented fliers, for spying missions and so on.
That didn't last long. Oliver was hit by a well-placed curse from a Death Eater on the ground, when he was flying low doing recon. He'll never fly again, now.
Ginny was his assigned healer, when he was first brought in for treatment. She did what she could for his physical wounds, and now she is doing what she can for the others.
It's such a cliché, isn't it? The nurse and her patient falling in love?
Cliched, but true.
|Date:||April 21st, 2003 - 02:16 pm|| |
that last one is so depressing ;_;
Dude, I get all three? You rule. These are sad and very well done. :)
sorry if this posted twice...)
Methinks depressing war romantistuff drabbles are the freakin' BEST.