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Summary: Ron and Hermione discuss a certain newspaper article.
Rating: PG13/M for minor swearing and implied adult situations.
Notes: Took me a while, but here’s my take on last week’s events! I meant to write a drabble, but failed.
Most of the fics I’ve read this week have Ron joking and not longer having a problem with what others think of him, and while I do agree that over the years his confidence must have built up, I think that maybe a light wisp of insecurity still remains—but for very different reasons than those of a teenage boy, as I hope I was able to convey.
Thanks to jenahid for correcting this, and tagging diva-gonzo, since she asked :)
Hermione woke up abruptly and suppressed a groan. It had taken her a long time to fall asleep, and now she felt as if it’d happened mere seconds ago. It was not for lack of exhaustion: she’d had an unusually long day, waking up at five to make sure everything was packed and nothing necessary was being left behind; getting the children dressed and fed—although Ron, bless his heart, was the expert in breakfast chores—and meeting Harry and his trio to catch the Portkey to Argentina at 8 am. Once there, it had been a great hustle and bustle all around, what with the setting up of the tents, having most of the kids from their extended family being more trouble than help, and all the curious eyes trying to get a peek or even pass the tight security wards that protected their section of the campsite. And then in the afternoon, they had been busy making sure that the younger children weren’t getting past the wards without an adult. She could definitely use a good night’s rest.
But now that she was awake, she could feel without even checking that Ron was gone, and she knew it was pointless to even try and fall back to sleep before he returned. She grabbed her dressing gown from a coat stand and tiptoed across the room so as not to wake Rose and Hugo in their bunk beds. If the kids got their way, they would all be staying in one tent, while the adults slept in the other… but they had made that mistake once.
They didn’t agree on much
in fact, they rarely agreed on anything, they fought all the time and they challenged each other everyday,
But despite their differences ,
they had one important thing in common,
they were crazy about each other
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