"It’s called the TARDIS. It can travel anywhere in time and space. And it’s mine!”
It is an old and rarely used gesture of our district, occasionally seen at funerals. It means thanks, it means admiration, it means goodbye to someone you love.
“It matters not what someone is born, but what they grow to be.”
The Great Hall is the first place you visit upon your arrival at Hogwarts each year. It is a vast room, large enough to hold all the staff and students daily as they eat their meals. It is here where the Sorting Ceremony is held at the beginning of the year, and where some exams are held at the end. It is also where the headmaster addresses the school and owls are received.
Located by the main entrance, you must pass the house point hourglasses and enter through the ornate doors. Inside there are five large tables, one for each house and one for staff. These tables have hundreds of magically re-filling plates and cups of food and drink local to Britain and the wizarding world. Above them through a mass of floating candles, is the famous enchanted ceiling which is bewitched to look like the sky outside. It is said to be so mesmerizing that at first many believe there to be no ceiling at all.
Some believe that before the universe, there was nothing. They’re wrong. There was darkness… and it has survived.
Harry Potter meme ♦ four locations [4/4] : Hogwarts Express
He opened his eyes. A scarlet steam engine was waiting next to a platform packed with people. A sign overhead said Hogwarts’ Express, eleven o’clock. Harry looked behind him and saw a wrought-iron archway where the barrier had been, with the words Platform Nine and Three-Quarters on it. He had done it.
I am and always will be the optimist, the hoper of far-flung hopes and the dreamer of improbable dreams.
Get to know me meme — [1/5] Favorite Movies: Third Star“So I raise a morphine toast to you all, and if you should happen to remember, it is the anniversary of my birth. Remember that you were loved by me and that you made my life a happy one, and there is no tragedy in that.”