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SH HP Crossover - John, I'm a Wizard p26
"And with that, I'm afraid, I'll have to leave you." She sat back with a self satisfied smirk on her face, looking up to see John standing in the doorway. He'd been there for quite a while, shoulder pressed into the frame, arms crossed over his jumper clad chest.
Harriet pouted, and Hudson sounded accusatory as he waggled a little finger at his aunt. "It was just getting to the good part!"
"What do you mean 'just getting'? The whole ruddy thing is a good part!"
John watched as his sister-in-law and son squabbled, the boy leaning forward, as did his aunt. Harriet sat with her arms around her knees, pouting, when she noticed her daddy standing the doorway. Before she could open her mouth, he made his presence known to his children. "No, I won't be telling you any more tonight
Sherlock!Wizardverse Short- Holmes for the Holiday
He didn't know what to expect when he and his friends had stepped off the train in King's Cross. Certainly the man standing on the platform with a sign reading "WATSON-HOLMES" was not among the few scenarios that had presented themselves to him. And certainly the sharp dressed woman beside him had not factored into his thoughts.
"Children," she said when the three of them had come closer. "Ludvig, the luggage," she said before turning. He walked beside his friends who cheerfully followed her through the barrier into the muggle station.
"Let me ask," Hudson said, then did so a bit louder so that the woman would hear.
She hummed a bit as if in thought then calmly replied, "Um.... Marpesia," she said and conti
Sherlock!Wizardverse Drabble 25
THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS WARZONE
Christmas was the time of joy and peace and love.
"You're in love with Sheila Davis!"
"I am not! You don't even know who-"
"You are, too! Your mouth twitches whenever you talk about her. And your palms get sweaty as well. You continuously wipe them on your trouser legs, and I heard you asking mummy what to get her for Christmas!"
"I'm not a sneak! I noticed! I listened!"
"You're a sneak and you'll always be a bloody sneak!"
This, unfortunately, was the state of things at the children's table. Accompanied by jeers
SH HP Crossover - John, I'm a Wizard p25
The morning of New Years Eve Lily went to check on her patient only to find him sitting up in the bed, very cross, and her brother dashing about the room throwing things into suitcases.
"For the love of- Sherlock! Stop packing!"
"Oi!" she snapped, slamming the door behind her as she stepped fully into the room. Sherlock cast an angry glare coupled with a vicious growl. In the time it took to blink she had her wand out, the spell rolled off her ruby lips, and Sherlock Holmes froze in the most ridiculous pose with arms full of wrapped gifts and multicolored socks.
"That's better," she said, but didn't put her wand away just yet. Then she turned her attention to John. "Glad to see you awake. Though I can see he's already put you in a foul mood."
SH HP Crossover - John, I'm a Wizard p24
Lily's hands shook as she remembered her brother's instructions.
"One drop, he said."
"I heard him."
"What's that supposed to even do?"
"Wake, ease, or kill. Take your pick. My brother could have been a potions master, if he'd bothered to try. But... He has a tendency not to test them before handing them out."
Carefully, she used the eyedropper in the kit, adding one single drop and praying her hands didn't shake a second drop into the mixture.
"He wouldn't!- It might kill him?! What was he thinking?!"
"He's a desperate man, Greg," she said solemnly. "Muggles wh
SH HP Crossover - John, I'm a Wizard p23
The next couple of days found John corralling children as Sherlock began a more thorough examination of the cottage. There had been small tales and anecdotes of a time when Sherlock had gone by another name while living under the very same roof. Of experiments gone wrong and of ridiculous arguments between brothers.
And when Sherlock wasn't within hearing range, small quips from John that originally had been read in a Harry Potter novel.
All in all, the family of soon to be five had settled in quite nicely into the old Potter home. They had a bit of a routine, really. The children didn't run wild, of course. Well, not entirely. They were allowed outside to play, something that rarely happened at their Baker Street home unless they were taken to the park. Sherlock was very strict about such things in the muggle world. He didn't
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