Molly took a deep breath as she walked into the funeral parlor, as hers and Arthur's last meeting hadn't been the best. She quickly spotted him, and sat down behind him. She glanced at the body of her mother-in-law, who looked at peace, and she shuddered, recalling what the elder Mrs. Weasley had done to her husband. Molly leaned forward and tapped Arthur on the shoulder, hoping he'd at least say hello and get a good look at her in her emerald green sweater and black slacks.
Rabastan and Severus turned to see who it was. Rabastan hoped Molly didn't reconise him as that would mean trouble. There were alot of aurors. Severus looked at Molly pure disgust edged into his features.
Arthur turned and looked at who had touched him "Afternoon Molly."
Molly shot her attacker a glare, but decided not to say anything, it wouldn't do to make a scene. "Afternoon, dear. Is it possible for us to talk someplace private?" She asked politely, offering him a smile.
"Possibly after the service I am sure Arthur wish not to miss that" Rabastan replied he smirked.
Severus laughed, he couldn't help it.
Arthur looked at his acquantinces "Shush its not a good place to do that."
"Arthur, is that a yes?" She inquired, wanting the answer from him, not from the sleezeball who had attacked her.
"As my dear person said Service first" Arthur replied, he turned back around.
Rabastan looked at the person he'd
attacked "It'll work Mrs Weasley."
"Whats that?" Severus asked.
"Shut it that old persons up there again."
"He is the priest stupid."
Molly nodded, resting her hands in her lap as she turned her attention to the priest, who was giving the eulogy. She'd already waited eight monts to fix things, another hour or so wouldn't hurt.
Rabastan and Severus bickered throughout the ceremony getting evil looks from the priest at the point they did the little cross with there fingers.
Arthur thought them to be amusing.
When the priest said she was a good mother Arthur snorted.
"Here here lets have a beer!" The three of therm yelled.
"Arthur Weasley!" She hissed, tugging at the back of his suit. "This is no place, all reservations aside, show some respect! and the rest of you, shut up!" She continued, whispering hotly, not wanting to draw attention to herself.
"Shut up" Severus turned and snapped "you have no business being here other than your plans to do Arthur later!"
The crowd watched. One yelled "Snape!"
Severus merely said "Fuck."
"Excuse me? She's my mother-in-law, I'm still legally Mrs. Weasley, and she helped me out quite a bit. I'm here because I want to be here. Show some respect!"
Molly gave them all death glares, and offered the priest a smile, hoping this madness would cease.
Severus drew his wand as did Rabastan they'd fight till the death of all the others.
They grabbed Arthur "We have a hostage!"
Molly rolled her eyes, but decided not to say anything, trying to show some respect for the deceased.
Cause they could they crucioed Arthur to show they were serious.
Arthur screamed out in pain.
Molly cursed herself for not bringing her wand, and she left the room, tears coming to her eyes as she couldn't relieve her husband's pain.
They laughed out loud until Sev was thrown off his feet, Rabastan dropped Arthur and grabbed Sev then they disappeared.
She glanced back to the room, and sighed in relief as she saw that Lestrange and Snape had left. She rushed to Arthur's side, dropping to her knees.
"Arthur, are you all right?"
"Sweetheart," She said, reaching into his pockets, looking for his wand. When she found it, she cast the only charm she knew for relieving pain, hoping it'd help. "Is that better?"
"Talk to me please." She moved so she was straddling him and looking him straight in his eyes, trying her best not to touch him, she knew how much it hurt.
His eyes were unfocused. "...Wha-?"
"Talk to me, are you all right? Did that charm help?" She asked, restraining herself from running her fingers through his hair and kissing his forehead.
Arthur felt dizzy "If its meant to make me dizzy then it did."
"No, it was supposed to help with the pain, did it?" She asked, racking her brain for something to help with the dizziness.