ohh I need a sister tradition! Can't wait til we are all adults (the youngest is 15)
@HelloTheFuture hahaha at least they won't get hetero-married! and not to their high school sweethearts
I have no idea if you screwed this one up because I'm a cis girl (I mean, I really liked it!) but I'm really glad you're giving such varied lives and journeys to HP characters. The epilogue really bothered me because apparently the answer to everything was just EVERYBODY GOT MARRIED! Also, I've been enjoying your take on a post war wizarding world and how would a war affect people's friends, families and money choices.
OMGGG! I want a whole novel about Dean Thomas and the dead bodies and his father and debt.
"I don’t know anything anymore except that I want someone to make perfect choices on my behalf and then explain them to me in a way that is neither intimidating nor condescending and results in my feeling rich enough to buy a new sweater." I don't have any money but this is also what I want from life
@Wendy T yup, me too. Haven't had a general doctor since my pediatrician. I used to think that my mother didn't believe in western medicine or in sickness or in preventative health care but nowadays I just think she couldn't afford to believe in them.
@Laurabean My favorite is Ronbledore because Ronbledore! but yeah, How Wizards Do Money keeps getting better and better.
@HelloTheFuture yes, thank you! the 1st line made me think that this one would be a sad one, but I loved it :)
I relate so much- I have a pair of Levi's boots, they cost me about 110 dlls last year (1,500 pesos, the most I've ever paid for shoes) I've used them nonstop, like 5 to 7 times a week, and now the soles are worn out & I'm so sad. They're the most comfortable shoes ever, I don't want them to die!
@Samantha agree! I think Nicole made Ron a little less dumb, but maybe he just matured with age.