Did I mention that hoppie thinks I should skip the week that we're at Disney just so I can be back in sync from when I doubled up chapters a few weeks back?
So we still don't know where Hagrid is. And the toad is teaching, there's a big shock. But here's what I was really wondering, Seamus is obviously on Harry's side. Why does Harry deliberately alienate him when it's clear he just wants an explanation. I understand that it's painful for Harry reliving it, but I also don't think it's reasonable for him to expect blind faith. He certainly wouldn't give it. Why does he now expect to receive it? Ron's stepping in was a mistake too. Harry needs to be clear and strong in the face of new challenges. Oh what do they know. They're 15. Youth is wasted on the young.