London Café - Pansy's Hideaway

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Post  Pansy Parkinson-Malfoy on July 17th 2011, 6:51 am

Pansy knew the look on Mama's face as soon as they walked down holding hands. She let go of his hand and sat at the table, her ankles crossed under the seat, her back straight, her eyes down. She knew Mama didn't approve at all of where Draco had stayed last night, and the glare that seemed to permanently emanate from her eyes at Pansy proved it all the more. Deciding it would be useless to insist that she had behaved and nothing inappropriate had happened last night, she kept quiet and ate her breakfast as was expected of her. Thanking Mama as they left, she led the way up the stairs back to her room.

Draco helped her pack up most of her things quite quickly, getting all her clothes and things put away, then sorting quickly through the books and boxing up those which were hers and those which belonged to Mama. Then Pansy stared at the photo wall for a few moments, thinking. She pulled out her wand, traced around the entire thing, and cast a charm a little cautiously, as if she wasn't quite sure how it would work. A smile crept over her face as the entire board pulled free and began to shrink, a sign that what she had intended to do had surprisingly worked. Once it was the size of a paperback book, she sat it on top of a box of books, and turned about the room, giving it a once over to see if she had forgotten anything. Satisfied with how it looked, she turned to Draco and rested a hand, with a glorious ring on it, on her hip.

"Ready to get back to Hogwarts?"
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Post  Draco Malfoy on July 17th 2011, 8:26 pm

Draco helped fit everything Pansy had brought with her back into her trunk, not exactly doing the neatest packing job ever but it was done in almost record time. As she charmed the board he watched, always impressed with her charms work. So much patience and finesse required and he just didn't have the interest to make him as successful as she was. Finally when she got that in the trunk he closed it up as she turned around. He smirked at her, noticing the light flicking off the jewels of her ring.

"More than ready." Stepping forward he wrapped his arms around her waist and pulled her in for another searing kiss before they went downstairs to say goodbye to Mama and apparate to the edge of the grounds. Together they walked back to the castle hand in hand, a very different way than how Pansy had left almost a month earlier.

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Post  Pansy Parkinson-Malfoy on July 18th 2011, 4:14 am

Pansy grinned, closing her eyes and melting into his arms as he kissed her in a way that made her heart leap up into her throat. She followed him somewhat dreamily after that, down to the cafe where she hugged Mama goodbye and only paid half attention to her warnings about being a good girl and all that. Of course she would be, she always was, right? She held to Draco's hand as they apparated back to Hogwarts and walked up toward the castle once again, a much happier return than her exit had been. It felt good to be back, especially when she had been fetched by her future husband.

[Now I suppose things could continue a bit later back at school in a new scene, since this is doneee.]
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