|Albus Severus Potter (familysnake) wrote in silverage,|
@ 2011-08-29 22:35:00
|Entry tags:||!log, albus potter, lily evans|
Who: Albus Potter and Lily Evans
When: 5:15 p.m. Monday, August 29
Where: In front of the Museum of Natural History
What: Albus has just arrived and gets found by his paternal grandmother
Albus ran a hand back through his hair and pushed his glasses up. He was the only Potter doppelganger that didn't have to always wear glasses and he occasionally just wore them in his hair. It was without his glasses that the slight facial features that could be seen in Ron's face could be seen in Albus', pieces of his mother shining through. It was those pieces that people always overlooked. Albus 'Looked so much like his father and in turn his grandfather. Albus didn't even get the added bonus where they said something about his grandmum Lily's eyes. He had his father's eyes, the same his grandmother had.
With a tired sigh Albus pushed away from the table. He had been doing research for the past four hours, or so he had thought. He pulled his silver pocket watch out checking the time only to find he had been sitting there for seven hours. He pinched the bridge of his nose knowing his two housemates were going to be livid. Albus had promised Teddy he would be home for dinner and here he was four hours late rather than the one hour he had thought. Albus was going to have a great deal of explaining to do. He gathered his things and rushed out the door deciding to walk the handful of blocks over to Grimmauld. It was a nice night after all.
Albus didn't even register the lighting when he stepped out of the Museum. He flew down the stairs and it wasn't until he reached the last step that something registered as being off. Albus' long legs tangled up and he stumbled to the ground. There was supposed to have been another step there but there hadn't been. Albus had come up and down those steps for years now. He knew them well. He looked up from the pile of limbs he had ended up on the concrete and it hit him full force. It was light outside, something it shouldn't have been, and this decidedly was not London!