quote by J. K. Rowling

Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light.

— J. K. Rowling

Thrilling Ginny Weasley quotations

Who are you and what have you done with my brother?

The thing about growing up with Fred and George," said Ginny thoughtfully, "is that you sort of start thinking anything's possible if you've got enough nerve.

And he knew that at that moment, they understood each other perfectly, and when he told her what he was going to do now, she would not say ‘be careful’ or ‘don’t do it’, but she would accept his decision because she would not have expected anything less of him.

What do we want to be prefects for?” said George, looking revolted at the very idea. “It’d take all the fun out of life.


Because - oh shut up laughing, you two - because they've just been turned down by girls they asked to the ball!

I knew Ginny was lying about that tattoo.

Don't, Ginny, we'll send you loads of owls.

We'll send you a Hogwarts toilet seat. George! Only joking, Mum.

Then she was kissing him as she had never kissed him before.

..and it was blissful oblivion, better than firewhisky; she was the only real thing in the world.

Ginny, listen... I can’t be involved with you anymore. We’ve got to stop seeing each other. We can’t be together.” “It’s for some stupid, noble reason, isn’t it?


I just wish I’d asked you sooner. We could’ve had ages . . . months . . . years maybe. . . .

But you've been too busy saving the Wizarding world.

Well ... I can't say I'm surprised. I knew this would happen in the end. I knew you wouldn't be happy unless you were hunting Voldemort. Maybe that's why I like you so much.

Yes, my tiara sets off the whole thing nicely," said Auntie Muriel in a rather carrying whisper. "But I must say, Ginevra's dress is far too low-cut." Ginny glanced round, grinning, winked at Harry, then quickly faced the front again.

Yeah, size is no guarantee of power,” said George.

“Look at Ginny.” “What d’you mean?” said Harry. “You’ve never been on the receiving end of one of her Bat-Bogey Hexes, have you?

Ginny Weasley, who sat next to Colin Creevey in Charms, was distraught, but Harry felt that Fred and George were going the wrong way about cheering her up. They were taking turns covering themselves with fur or boils and jumping out at her from behind statues.


Ginny! said Mr. Weasley, flabbergasted. Haven't I taught you anything? What have I always told you? Never trust anything that can think for itself if you can't see where it keeps its brain?

There's the silver lining I've been looking for.