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I am not sure he did. He first “noticed” Ginny during the Christmas at Grimmauld Place, which would be his fifth year. But that was (if I remember a right) just. Harry's thoughts strayed to Ginny as they trudged up the road to corridor in which no Ron intruded, in which he and Ginny were quite alone –. Here's how Ginny and Harry's relationship blossomed from book to book. Because when it comes to true love, we're very weird and like to nitpick every moment.
You know the reason behind the first time. It had to be done. As far as touching her, I will hold her hand, hug her and kiss her, nothing beyond that. We will be coming home after the movie, but not because you say so, but because we both have to be at work tomorrow. Now, will you back off and let us finally have our happy ending? I don't want to see any more of my family hurt. We've all finally moved on.
Don't you see that we need each other in order to move on? He was really nervous. And you know Ginny loves you no matter what; especially in green. We'll be back down in a moment. It wasn't long before Harry heard the click of heels on the stairs. He looked up and seen what appeared to be an angel descending in a pale green dress, a halo of loose red curls framing her face. Harry let out an involuntary gasp at the beauty of Ginny Weasley.
Her pale green dress reached to right below her knees, it had thick straps over her shoulders, with a modestly cut neckline. She wore a light white sweater over it with white strappy heels and had a cute white clutch purse in her hand. Her makeup looked very natural with different shades of pinks, and her hair was down but in loose curls falling over her shoulders. When she got down to the bottom of the stairs, Harry walked over and gave her a white lily corsage to put on her wrist.
He was worried maybe he was over doing it, but when he seen Ginny's eyes light up at the sight of the corsage, he had a feeling that he had done well. Hermione looked at the two happily, taking a quick photo of them before they left.
If I don't tell you now, I may never get the chance again To tell you that I need you, tell you what I'm feeling if I keep these feelings in, Once at the restaurant, there was an uncomfortable silence between the two. Ginny felt uneasy and Harry was; well Harry was Harry. He had his napkin in his lap, and he kept fidgeting with it and looking around at the restaurant.
It was quite beautiful. The walls were a deep red color with white border. The carpet was the same red with white floral patterns accenting it. There were chandeliers with lit candles and beautiful paintings everywhere. The tables varied in shape and size, but all of them had a black tablecloth with a red rose and candles in the center. Ginny was memorizing the brushstrokes on one particular painting she had been eyeing for about 5 minutes when Harry finally broke the silence.
I am having a good time. And it was this quality, among many others that made her love him so much. And if I don't say the words, How will you hear what's inside my heart How will you know baby if I don't tell you now Seeing the smile on Ginny's face at his suggestion, he was glad he knew her so well. He should have known that this place wasn't Ginny's style.
Sure she liked to get dressed up and have a night out, but not sitting in a quiet restaurant where you feel awkward if you talk above a whisper. They grabbed a couple burgers, fries and cokes from the fast food place and sat on a bench to eat. She was talking and laughing. Now she was having a good time. She had grown addicted to the muggle drink. We can go on to the movie if you like.
Ginny got her trash together and threw it in the garbage bin and took Harry's extended hand to help herself up. I'd give anything to be in your dreams and I can't stand standing by With this dream that's inside my heart They were the first to arrive to the theater that their movie would be showing.
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They decided to watch The Sixth Sense. Being the only two in the theater, they decided to take advantage of it.
They sat and talked, catching up on everything they had been doing for the past year. Since Harry had been avoiding her, they really hadn't had a chance to talk in a while. Ginny told him about the friendship she had struck up with Blaise Zabini who turned out to be against Voldemort from the beginning.
Harry was shocked, and quite jealous that this other guy got to spend so much time with her. Harry told her about his and Hermione's late night chats and how she finally admitted that she was in love, though not with Ron. She had yet to reveal her love interest, but he knew she would when she was ready. Ginny got angry hearing about all the time he had spent with Hermione.
She was her best friend, and she knew Hermione and Harry were really close, but she always loathed her for getting to spend so much time with him that Ginny had only been able to dream about. Neither realized the others jealousy, but had become more comfortable than they had been earlier. Maybe I'm only gonna make a mistake And there's a chance maybe my heart will break The theater had slowly filled up and the movie began.
Ginny went to reach for some popcorn, not realizing Harry's hand was also reaching. There hands brushed and they both pulled away quickly at the feeling of electricity.
Both kept their eyes forward, hoping the other wouldn't see their deep blushes. The rest of the movie went that way. There were innocent touches and looks that neither wanted to admit to, but that both wouldn't trade for the world. If I don't tell you now I may never get the chance again To tell you that I need you, tell you what I'm feeling if I keep these feelings in, After the movie, they decided to walk most of the way home so that they had the opportunity to talk more before getting home to Ginny's multitude of older brothers pestering to find out exactly what happened on their date.
All of a sudden, they came upon a park that neither knew would be there. They walked over to the pond that was covered in ducks and geese sleeping in the still water.
There was a small wooden bridge going over a stream that led to the lake. Harry led Ginny over to it and faced her. And if I don't say the words, how will you hear what's inside my heart How will you know baby if I don't tell you now Ginny's red hair glowed in the moonlight and the pale green dress appeared almost white. Her eyes were looking expectantly to him, shining from the reflection of moonlight on the water.
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She looked so innocent and sweet. He had to tell her. If ever there were a perfect moment, it was now. Ginny seen something in Harry's eyes change when he turned to face her on the bridge. He no longer had a playful sparkle in his eyes, something replaced that. He now had a deeper emotion filling up the green orbs she so willingly lost herself in.
She prayed to Merlin that the emotion was love, and not a friendly or sisterly love, but a passionate love that will stand the tests of time and will reach to the ends of the world.
If it were, then it might come close to the way she felt about him.
How will you know you're inside my soul Oh it's driving me crazy Cuz you don't see you're the one for me I'm so afraid to say the way that I feel. But "Ginny, tonight has been wonderful. Thank you for coming with me. It was really fun.
That movie was amazing, the end was a bit shocking but it was really good. She looked up slightly and her eyes met with Harry's. His hand slid from under her chin, to cup her cheek, which she leaned her head into, loving the feel of his coarse hands rubbing her silky skin.
She had shivers jumping up and down her body. If I don't tell you now I may never get the chance again To tell you that I need you, tell you what I'm feeling if I keep these feelings in, Before Ginny knew what was happening, Harry had leant down and gently touched his lips to hers. He made to pull away, but found that Ginny's hands had slid around his neck, holding him in place.
They both gave way to the feelings and emotions they had for so long been hiding from the world. When finally pulling apart for a breath of air, Harry stepped back a few inches so he could look into Ginny's eyes.
She wasn't sure if he was trying to think of what to say, or if he was waiting for her to say something. Didn't I tell you earlier that you could tell me anything? I'm just not sure how to start this. I guess I should start by apologizing to you. He placed light kisses on them while never breaking their eye contact. I shouldn't have done that. It made me avoid you because I knew that if I was around you too much, especially alone, that I couldn't restrain how I feel for you.
He walked over to the side of the bridge and placed his hands on the rail, looking out into the distance. He was embarrassed that he allowed his friend to dictate what he did, but Ron was important to him and he didn't want to upset or hurt him. Ron can be a real prat sometimes. As the diary is later seen in Ginny's possession, we have to believe she was the burglar. Ginny gradually becomes more worried about the effect that Riddle's diary is having on her. It is perhaps worthy of note that it is Harry she tries unburdening herself to; unfortunately, Percy barges in, interrupting her.
Finally, as Ginny lies near death in the Chamber of SecretsHarry destroys Riddle's diary, restoring her life force, and, with assistance from Fawkesrescues her. Once in Professor McGonagall's office, Harry tries to shield her from any disciplinary consequences of Tom Riddle's actions. In what remains of the book, she seems to be able to converse with Harry more normally, in contrast to the almost fearful way she had acted previously. In particular, on the Hogwarts Express she admits to having been worried that Harry would learn to communicate with the Diary.
She had told the disembodied spirit of Tom Riddle of her feelings about Harry, and was horrified at the thought that Tom might pass these confidences on to Harry. On meeting Harry again in The Leaky CauldronGinny blushes thereby still confirming her feelings for him, and she seems to be self conscious about him having saved her life.
However, over the coming days and school year, she becomes her normal self, and seems able to converse normally with Harry still. The effect the Dementor has on Harry in the Hogwarts Express, and the similar, though not as marked, effect it has on Ginny, may seem to provide some common ground between them.
And by the book's end, she is no longer as overwhelmed by her feelings for Harry and more often acts herself in his presence. Goblet of Fire [ edit ] Ginny blushes on first seeing Harry when he arrives at the Burrow, indicating her feelings for him have not changed, though Ginny is still now less shy around Harry and is able to converse more naturally.
When Ron suggests Ginny should attend the ball with Harry she appears disappointed, admitting that she had already accepted Neville 's invitation. She seemingly remains unattached for the remainder of the book.
Order of the Phoenix [ edit ] After the organizational meeting of what later becomes Dumbledore's ArmyHermione reveals that probably the only reason Michael Corner and his friends had shown up is because he was dating Ginny. Ron takes an instant dislike to Michael, says that he had thought Ginny was waiting for Harry, and asks how long that had been going on. Hermione says that while Ginny had earlier been waiting for Harry, she had given up on him.
She had then met Michael at the Yule Balland had started going out with him. Harry, bemused by Cho Chang smiling at him, is not concentrating on the fact that Ginny has stopped waiting for him, but he does ask Hermione if that's why she is now talking to him; she had always been so repressed in his presence before.
Hermione says that yes, it is. Hermione also says that Ron's anger at Michael is the reason that Ginny hadn't told him about it, she had known Ron would be over-protective, and didn't want to get into a fight.
Now freed of the burden of waiting for Harry, Ginny is able to form a friendship with Harry, one that becomes closer over the school year, and they develop more understanding of each other. In the battle of the department of mysteries, Ginny has her ankle broken and is rendered unconscious, whilst screaming in fear, causing Harry to be concerned for her.
Late in the year, when Gryffindor beats Ravenclaw in Quidditch, Michael Corner sulks about his house's loss and isn't happy that Ginny was the winning Seeker, after she had replaced Harry earlier in the year on the Gryffindor team.
On the Hogwarts Express back to London, Ginny tells Ron and Harry that because of his sulking she had broken it off with with Michael, who was now seeing Cho. Ron is pleased by this news and suggests next time she should pick someone better, while hinting at that being Harry.
Ginny then reveals she's started seeing Dean Thomas. This, of course, leaves Ron angry. Ron catches them kissing and is quite incensed at Dean's taking this liberty with his sister. Ginny accuses him of merely being jealous because he does not have anyone to snog with kiss himself.
Harry gradually realizes he is in love with Ginny and is jealous of Dean, but he keeps his emotions hidden, largely out of fear that his showing feelings for Ginny would damage his friendship with Ron.
He spends most of the year fighting his feelings and himself over this matter, while wishing for Ginny to break up with Dean. In an initially unrelated incident, Harry takes some Felix Felicis potion prior to his meeting with Professor Slughorn.
Hidden under his Invisibility Cloakhe accidentally knocks into Ginny in such a way that she thinks Dean deliberately shoved her; luckily as is always the case with Felix Felicisthis finally prompts Ginny to break up with Dean.
During the Quidditch victory party, Harry, caught up in the excitement, seizes the opportunity to kiss Ginny in front of the entire Gryffindor Common room. They soon become lovers, laughing at how everyone is now talking about them.
Ginny later admits him how she had never actually given up on him at all, never stopped loving him or hoping he might turn to her, and had always hoped they'd be together. She explains how Hermione helped her overcome her shyness around Harry, helping her to just be herself, because this could cause him to take more notice of her.
It was because of Hermione's advice that Ginny had stopped waiting for Harry and started going out with Michael Corner. The couple's happiness is short-lived, however.
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After Dumbledore 's funeral, Harry regretfully ends their relationship, telling Ginny that if Voldemort learns about their romance, he will use her to get to him, just as did with his godfather, Sirius Black.
Ginny is devastated, but she accepts Harry's reasoning. Deathly Hallows [ edit ] While preparing for Bill and Fleur's wedding, Harry happens to let slip to Ginny that he has been given a mission that will end up with him killing Voldemort. Ginny is apparently taken aback by this, and does not seem to accept Harry's trying to turn it into a joke.
She later shows jealousy over Fleur's little sister batting her eyes at Harry. Although Harry has ended their relationship, Harry and Ginny are still deeply in love with each other, presumably forever.
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Because of this, Harry does not resist when Ginny gives him his "birthday present", a kiss unlike any Harry has received before. This upsets Ron, who knows how distraught Ginny was when Harry had ended their relationship a month before. Harry, aware that it was Ginny's idea, but unable to tell this to Ron and feeling guilty, simply says that it will not happen again.
Because of this, their ongoing shared glances must be furtive, and on Harry's part at least, very quickly terminated. When Ginny returns to Hogwarts at Neville's bidding, on Harry's return there, we do see she is obviously pleased when she sees him, as she welcomes him with a bright smile. She shows jealousy when she vetoes Cho Chang's offer to show Harry the Ravenclaw common room, instead volunteering Luna Lovegood for that job.
On his way to meet Voldemort and his doom, Harry does pass Ginny and believes that she senses him despite his being hidden under his Invisibility Cloak. Ginny's scream of grief is afterwards the loudest of the shocked and distraught voices when she and the others see the seemingly dead body of Harry being carried in Hagrid's arms. When Harry has defeated Voldemort, she is one of the first people to reach him to celebrate his victory. After the celebrations have ended we see that she is leaning, exhausted, on her mother.
Harry, evidently equally tired, does not want to bother her just yet, and thinks to himself that they will have "hours and days and maybe years in which to talk". Notable Consequences[ edit ] Ginny's announcement that she is going to the Yule Ball with Neville, when Ron suggests that she could go with Harry, causes a bit of a crisis for Harry; Harry must find someone to go to the Yule Ball with, as he is required to lead off the dancing, and his first choice, Cho Chang, has just turned him down.
Ron, having been turned down both by his first choice Fleur Delacour and his second Hermioneis equally in trouble. In desperation, Harry asks Parvati Patilwho accepts, and who suggests her sister Padma as a date for Ron. At the end of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Harry realizes that anyone he becomes close to is likely to become Voldemort's target. To protect Ginny, he reluctantly ends their relationship.
While Ginny understands and accepts his reasoning, she seems to feel that there may be better ways to approach this problem. In the epilogue of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, we see that with Ginny, Harry has finally found what he has wanted all his life: Analysis[ edit ] We see that Ginny has set her heart on Harry; Ginny is apparently trying hard to get Harry interested in her as early as the second book in the series.