December 31st, 2003

Due South

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Am running off to do errands. Even though I'm going no where tonight, I still need to brave the LCBO and buy booze. Oh well. My sister will be 19 in 23 days and then I won't have to do it again.

A Lily/James New Year's Drabble

Lily’s parents were watching Harry for the night. It was New Year’s Eve so Lily and James had decided to celebrate their first baby-free, Order-free night since before Harry was born.

Everyone had promised not to interrupt them for anything less than a full-scale massacre of London (which, unfortunately, was not that farfetched a scenario). They prepared a romantic candle light dinner, complete with champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries for desert. They were all set to ring in the New Year’s with style.

When midnight rolled around, Lily and James were curled up on the couch, fast asleep, their dinner untouched.
Due South

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Skipped the LCBO. Got in there. Saw the line ups of 30 people each. Turned around and went home again.

Also am not sure if I'm doing anything tonight. I don't want to go to a house party. Too many of my friends don't live in the same city as me anymore. And the ones that do aren't answering their phones. Maybe I shouldn't have left making plans off until four, the day of.

A James/Sirius New Year's Drabble

It was New Year’s Eve. James was drunk because Lily wasn’t there to celebrate with him. Sirius was drunk because listening to James whine all night was not something to do while sober (it wasn’t something to do while drunk, either, but at least this way he had an excuse for smacking James when he became too unbearable).

Neither had anyone to kiss when the clock counted down and the new year rolled around, so they kissed each other.

And the next morning, while they battled hangovers and avoided each other, both wondered why the kiss had felt so right.