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“From the very beginning, I knew that James and I were different. It was hard not to. And our differences were one of the factors that got me from finally saying yes to him, even after we became friends, and a little more than that.
But sometimes, I just wished to forget that he was James and I was Lily; that he was a Pureblood and I was a Muggleborn; that he came from one of old, wealthy wizarding families of our time, while I came from a middle-class muggle background; that he was the prankster while I was the (somewhat) studious one; that he was the boy all the teachers were exasperated of (of course, they still somehow harboured a soft spot for him, merlin knows how), while I was the one all teachers doted on.
Sometimes, I wished to forget everything but that he was just a boy, and I was just a girl,; that we made each other happy; that we made each other laugh and cry in a span of minutes;and that we were in love.”
Me: “That’s because he never met his son.”
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