“Alright first years, follow me to the castle.” the A giant pointed to the towering grey building that looked magnificent.
The stained-glass windows showing the four founders of Hogwarts were engraved on the windows.
“Beautiful isn’t it?” Rose looked around and stared into at Romeo’s face.
“Weasley! Come on, 'can’t be having you
The giant named Hagrid lead them up the stairs that lead to the entrance door of Hogwarts.
Rose climbed up the steps, taking in all the scenery of the large lake in the distance and how it glistened with the moon on the surface of the water; trees lingered around the lake and occasionally, Rose saw a shore line.
She wondered how her mum and dad had felt while looking upon the view for the first time.
She thought her dad probably didn’t hadn't shown any interest in the view and concentrated more on being in Gryffindor.
But she knew her mum would of have loved to see this again, as the last time she probably saw it, it was destroyed and hardy standing.
“Rose, we didn’t even discuss house teams. Do you think I will be in Slytherin?”
“Albus you just have to remember what your dad said.”
“Right first years,” everyone’s head craned up to the top of the stairs, where a man with blonde hair and a strong looking face smiled down at them all as if he was remembering a long lost memory. “Please come to the top of the stairs and do not adventure any further.”
“Good luck you two.” He smiled and stood up straight. “Right, all of you will enter through those doors...” he pointed a hand towards the huge golden door,
Rose’s eyes lit - up they looked beautiful to her. “...where you will gather at the front and wait for your name to be called out...” the teacher continued, “...you will them stand at the front and have a hat placed on your head. The hat will call out your house and you go and sit down at that table.”
“You may feel nervous but there’s nothing wrong with that, I am very sure your house will welcome you as family.” The teacher looked down at Rose and Albus and winked.
There was a light tap on the door and the teacher’s smiled melted off his face and he became normal faced.
The door opened a crack and Ted popped his head around the door “Professor Longbottom, their they're ready for them.”
Rose peered around behind Professor Longbottom
sweet smile; she noticed that his eyes had changed to a brilliant luminous green.
“I would like complete silence from you all … if possible.” He smiled.
Rose felt every single eye on her and everyone else all the other first years as they walked. She kept her gaze ahead, focusing on Neville’s hair. But her gazed she looked up to at the ceiling and she gazed gawked upon the starry sky and was amazed by how the candles stayed hovering in the sky.
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