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Review:TooMuchMagic says:
This one-shot is so tragically beautiful. The beginning had me feeling rather depressed because of all the dying and melancholy, but it was good, if that even makes any sense (K I know it doesn't, sorry sorry).

- Most of all, George would repeat their mother's words to him on the day of Fred's funeral, with her eyes misted over and her nose rubbed red and raw. "He knew I was proud, didn't he?" she had whispered, lips trembling. -

That part was when I started crying. The thought of Molly, filled with regret that her son might've died not knowing that she was indeed proud of him... I was a sniffling mess for a while.

This was written SO beautifully. I don't even have the right words to express it, but this story was so heavy with grief and the feeling of standing still in memory when everyone else keeps moving on. Aaaand I'm not making sense again :(

I love the ending! Taking the roof of all things, how brilliant and perfectly Fred-approved. A wonderful close to a beautiful story. Thank you for sharing.

Author's Response: No, you made a lot of sense! I really love what you said about the feeling of standing still in a memory when everyone else keeps moving on. It's an absolutely perfect way of describing it and I'm pretty jealous that I didn't think of it so that I could add that in there. :P I'm so glad you liked this one-shot - it's my favorite one-shot of mine because I just really love the Weasley twins and the long-term emotional responses to death each Weasley will have to endure for years and years to come. Thank you for reading and reviewing. :)

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