That I like the stories where Draco loves both of his parents. I mean, it’s almost a given in stories that Draco loves his mother, but come on. Lucius loved his son. They went to sporting events together, Lucius came to Draco’s first Quidditch game, Draco told his father damn near everything, they…
On Friday:Okay, you have a lot of homework to do this weekend so you'd better split it up evenly each day. That way you'll get the hard stuff out of the way and you'll be able to relax on Sunday and not worry too much about the coming week. It's really important that you do this stuff and not fuck around, just sit down and power through it. It's going to work out really well and you'll feel really accomplished and you should just really take initiative because honestly if you don't you're going to get super overwhelmed and then you'll end up stressing on Sunday night and not getting any sleep and then you'll be tired during school and it really is just a vicious circle so, come on, you got this, you can do this.
“077. BEFORE HARRY, THE TWINS HAD FOUND THE MIRROR OF ERISED. WHEN THEY LOOKED IN IT, THEY DIDN’T SEE ANYTHING EXCEPT THEMSELVES, SO THEY JUST THOUGHT IT WAS A MIRROR. WHEN GEORGE FOUND IT AFTER THE WAR, HE LOOKED IN IT AGAIN, EXPECTING TO SEE HIMSELF. WHILE HE WAS GAUNT AND UNDERFED, THE MAN IN THE MIRROR WASN’T. THEN, HIS REFLECTION LOOKED TOWARDS THE FRAME, AND AN IDENTICAL MAN JOINED THE MAN IN THE MIRROR. GEORGE SAW HIS BROTHER FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE HIS DEATH, AND HE BROKE DOWN.”—(via beautifulpride)
Draco realized that Harry was alive and screamed, “POTTER!” and ran toward Harry throwing a wand at him. Harry caught it, and smiled at Draco. Draco then quickly walked back to the group of Hogwarts students leaving the bad side for good.