Chapter 1 : When Harry met Sally
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Once upon a midsummer night’s dream as Harry lay snoozing softly beneath the stairs of the Dursley household an owl came soaring through the air. The owl was brown and white and it carried a large envelope of parchment attached to tit’s leg. One would suspect that the owl would fly to the Dursley home as an owl had done every summer for the past six years. But, this owl was different. It flew past number 4 and onto number 1 2/3.
At number 1 2/3 lived a girl with curly blonde hair and bright innocent blue eyes. Her name was Sally. For sixteen years, Sally had lived with her pureblood parents at number 1 2/3 Privet Dr. Unbeknownst to Sally, the black haired, green-eyed boy, Harry Potter, lived only a few houses away. Sally had been a home-schooled witch. Her parents were some of the remaining Aurors still alive since Voldemort’s uprising during the late 70’s and early 80’s. Sally’s parents had become slightly paranoid and refused to let her leave the home to go study magic. Now since Voldemort had returned, her parents were on call once again to go and stop the terror sweeping the land. Where would she go to study magic? Would she continue her education or have no future?
The brown and white owl flew down into the window of the home on number 1 2/3 Privet Dr. Sally was the only one home to receive the letter. She took it from the owl. Looking at the address she noticed the letter was for her. Someone is writing to me? She thought. I have no friends. She flipped open the letter and began to read:
We are pleased to inform you that you have been accepted to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Due to inside knowledge it has been brought to our attention that you will have no way to study magic this upcoming year. We would like to invite you to join the Hogwarts Sixth year class. We know that you will manage magnificently. A list of supplies has been enclosed. Please consider our offer. Hope to see you September 1st.
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