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Harry Potter's Home Sweet Home: Godric's Hollow

by DavidTorres 0 reviews

setting with the Potters living in Godric's Hollow and Harry growing up surrounded by the magical community

Category: Harry Potter - Rating: G - Genres: Crossover - Characters: Harry - Published: 2024-05-06 - 326 words

Godric's Hollow was a charming little village, brimming with snug homes and a definite hum of magic. But for the witches and wizards who called it home, it was more than just a safe space. In one of these comfy, ivy-covered houses, lived Harry Potter - a little boy with a head full of dark hair and bright green eyes, identical to his mother's. His days were typically filled with laughter, magic spells and a tight-knit community's unwavering affection.

Having cleverly escaped a harrowing encounter with Voldemort, Harry's parents, James and Lily Potter, were symbols of courage and unconditional love in his life. James, ever the merrymaker, would frequently be found zooming around their backyard on a broomstick, Harry gripping his father's back, roaring with laughter. Lily, who radiated calm wisdom, devoted many hours to schooling Harry in potions, her serene temperament being the perfect counterweight to James's zest for life.

During this time, Harry's close friends significantly influenced his upbringing. These were the children of other magical families living nearby. Harry's weekends were buzzing with the pandemonium of games - a wonderful mishmash of regular sports, with a touch of magic, secretive expeditions into neighboring woods (much to their parents' vigilance) and unforgettable dinners beneath a starlit sky. His friends, oblivious of his popularity in the vast wizarding world, treated him no differently than any other kid. This allowed him to grow and thrive free of added expectations, most notably with Neville Longbottom, an amiable lad who shared Harry's fascination with magical creatures.

The village of Godric's Hollow hence painted a blend of routine and bewitching excitement, creating a childhood equally grounded in everyday joys and magical delight. Here, Harry was granted the liberty to be just a boy, although a boy fated for an extraordinary destiny.
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