Whenever I get sad about the end of Harry Potter…
Whenever I get sad about the end of Harry Potter, the end of a more then ten year journey full of magic and adventure, I eventually stop and realize that there is no reason to be sad about it all ending. Because even though the movies are done and there are no more books on the horizon, it isn’t ending, how could it ever end.
Jo Rowling’s books have taught me so much and now of that it’s all coming to a close, all the memories and experiences I have from the books aren’t going to vanish. The books aren’t all being rounded up and burnt. The stories aren’t ending, because for me they will always be here, and even though no other story may ever be as large as the Potter books, there are thousands, probably millions, of amazing stories each with their own message, their own soul, waiting to be discovered.
So I thank you JKR for everything, and I am so grateful to have been a part of this amazing fandom, to have lived in history, and to be able to walk forward and continue to share the stories you have given me.
"I solemnly swear to carry this story with me for the rest of my life."
And now I go forward to discover new things, new books, new friends, never forgetting all you have given me but not dwelling on what was. All good things must come to and end and this was a great thing, and I couldn’t imagine a better end.
7 books, 8 movies, and countless hours spent dreaming of magic. It was real for me, and it always will be.
Harry Potter Challenge Day 23
Harry Potter Challenge Day 23, Any part of the books/movies that makes you cry.
Yes, Dobby’s Death made me cry, and when I first read Dumbledore’s death I remember freaking out cause I didn’t want to accept it. Fred’s death hit really hard to but there was already so much shit going on I couldn’t really process it the first time I read it.
Harry Potter Challenge day 10
Harry Potter Challenge day 10 Horcruxes or Hallows?
As in which would I take? Hallows…
Or as in which should Harry have gone after, in which case go read this essay.