The letter has finally reached the last line.

(Originally, I wanted to say something about my wisdom and knowledge as an old man, but I think it’s better to be honest sometimes. So Sean, please help me to keep this secret. After all, the information about Hogwarts and Nurmengard’s Headmaster used to be close friends will attract a lot of attention from some troublesome people, and I am already old for dealing with those things.

The new school year is about to start, and I think you’ll love it. Let’s meet again later. I wish you the best.

Best regards, Albus Dumbledore.)

After reading this long letter, Sean breathed a sigh of relief. He earned two new spells and got an imitation of the Sorcerer’s Stone. Moreover, Dumbledore’s words can always give someone a sense of peace of mind that no one else can give, like Grindelwald.

Sean let out a laugh. It’s a good feeling that he has someone that he can trust.

Of course, he can’t let his guard down completely. He still doesn’t know whether that mysterious person has good intentions or not, and the unsolved prophecy also needs to be taken into consideration.

Sean decided that he should hang out more with Dumbledore in the future.

He sorted out the things he bought, and stuffed them all into his ring. Pudding touched something in the ring at the small shack, and every item there fell off.

Pudding jumped aside, tilted his head, and looked at Sean with an expression that showed he didn’t know what had just happened.

He might have to teach Pudding several things so that he could live independently.

—-

After staying in Godric’s Hollow for a few days, Sirius drove Sean and Hermione back to London in Mr. Weasley’s car. Before parting, Daisy seemed very reluctant, but it is understandable for her to act like that.

Instead of begging Sean to stay, she made them drinks and desserts on the way home, knowing the weather had been hot lately.

—-

After returning to London, Sean returned to his normal activity and already felt the differences between the activity he had done in Godric’s Hollow.

However, there is still something that is stuck in his own mind. He can’t completely relax about the whole situation without knowing what the prophecy is about.

In fine weather in London, the Wallup family came to King’s Cross Station again.

“Hermione!” It was not Sean who saw her first, but his sister, Ella.

During the summer vacation, the Granger family visited them several times because Mr. Wallup invited them. Ella and Hermione quickly became acquainted.

She happily shouted Hermione’s name, and she saw a familiar face.

She immediately smiled when she saw Ella, “Nice to see you here, Ella.”

The two chatted happily, but Sean became the one who was left out in the cold.

“Sean, you should learn from your sister.” Mr. Wallup patted him on the shoulder.

“Learn what?” Sean asked, puzzled.

“Well, how to chat happily with a girl. Didn’t you realize that all the girls you know, like Fran from Doug’s family or Teresa from Senator Hartman’s family, are really close to Ella? “

“Well, that’s normal because Ella is a child, and she’s cute.” Sean replied.

Mr. Wallup smiled strangely and patted his son on the shoulder, “You have lost your sharpness, my boy.”

“I’m sorry.” Sean smiled helplessly.

When they crossed the stone wall and walked out of the passage, the platform was already crowded with students.

Both Mr. Wallup and Mr. Granger helped their children by carrying their suitcases. Sean and Hermione also carried another suitcase. They found an empty room, put away their things, and said goodbye to their families.

“Why didn’t I see Harry and the others?” Hermione stuck her head out of the window in doubt.

Sean went to look outside the carriage, but he also didn’t see the Potters.

“Strange, are they late because of something?”

They made an appointment a long time ago, but they haven’t seen them until now. Neither has Neville, and even the Weasleys didn’t appear at this time.

Just when the train was about to start, a large group of people suddenly rushed out, and they hurried over with their children and their luggage.

The train started slowly, and the luggage was finally put on the train. Daisy stretched out her little head and kissed her mother.

Her previous life was mostly spent in dark bedrooms and hospital wards. This was the first time she was going to be separated from her mother, who had been with her for a long time. She was nervous and kept grabbing Harry’s sleeve.

“Looks like they need help.” Sean and Hermione went down the corridor.

“Hey, guys. What happened to you guys today?” He grabbed one of the handles and helped Harry on carrying his suitcase.

“Thank you, Sean.” Harry breathed a sigh of relief, but he immediately felt his sister’s hand loosening his sleeve.

“Sean, I’m so glad to meet you.” It’s been a month since, and Daisy’s condition is becoming better and better.

“You look really good, Daisy.” Sean replied with a smile.

“Daisy, right? It’s nice to meet you. Come on, let me help you.” Hermione walked out from behind and immediately took the suitcase from Daisy’s hand.

“Thank you, that’s very kind of you.” Daisy replied.

After returning to the room and putting away their things. Harry sat down on his buttocks and said, “Today just sucks.”

“What’s wrong?”

“We came here in Mr. Weasley’s car, and halfway through the flight, we happened to cross an Auror flying on a broomstick.”

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Published On: September 4, 2023

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