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Dec. 23rd, 2007 | 12:24 am
posted by: thefeistygryff in hoggiewarts

Who: Lily and Severus
When: First day of winter holidays
Where: Lily's home, Lily's bedroom.
What: studying. conversing, bonding?

Lily was home. She had been for a night now and she already felt a bit better about the holidays dispite recent ongoings between her and Potter. Six more days until she could charm her hair back to how it was, possibly make it a bit longer. It wasn't too fun having to make up a story to her mum and dad how there was a mishap in the classroom and she had to wear the blonde wig for a few days. It only made her smile when her mother thought it made her look just like her growing up.

As she sat on her bed leaning against the headboard, Lily's pen tapped away at the paper, quite relieved to be able to use muggle instruments again. She was doing some of the holiday assignments with her pen and paper, which would later be copied on parchment of course. Sitting serenely on her bed, Lily did her work in the comforts of her bedroom.

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Severus Snape

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from: caustic_prince
date: Dec. 28th, 2007 11:35 am (UTC)

Severus sat for a moment, blinked, and then slid his gaze sideways to look at Lily through his bangs. She was muttering about genocide, almost as though he was going to contradict her, and didn't seem to have taken offence. It was almost pleasant, sitting on the bed doing homework together, and Snape relaxed once more against the headboard, studying the girl beside him.

Her abrupt change of subject startled him slightly, but he took it in his stride, looking down at the book in his hands, then back up at her as he answered honestly, "Always."

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Lily Evans

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from: thefeistygryff
date: Dec. 29th, 2007 06:39 am (UTC)

"You make it seem as though they teach nothing else at Hogwarts. I don't think I have ever seen you working on any other subject." Lily said, the last part with the slightest tone of worriment. She knew he did well in his other subjects, or at least thought he did. It was never a topic of discussion for them. In fact, most of their time together was so verbal, at least on his part.

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