I don't think I am a very good writer but I like doing it anyway. Hopefully this story is decent and you guys like it. Crossovers are pretty difficult but hopefully I can do it. I don't own Harry Potter or Inuyasha.
I was finishing up packing and getting ready to leave. Looking over, I saw the photo on the bedside table and smiled a sad smile. It was a picture of our old group. Sango and Miroku had just gotten married and were smiling and holding each other, Inuyasha was behind me with his arms around my shoulders, while little Shippo was in my arms, beaming at the camera. Kilala was next to Sango in her battle form and she looked so cute in her confusion of the device. I had set it on a timer so that we could all be in the photo. It had been many years since it had been taken and we had many memories. Unfortunately, time is not on a human's side. Sango and Miroku had many children and had full lives, but Sango had died, with Miroku following within days. I still watch over their descendants like I promised them but at a safe distance. I merged with the jewel and when I mated Inuyasha, I gained his lifespan; it was hard watching my friends pass away while I stayed young but, we had each other and Shippo and we were happy. I put the photo on top of my clothes and shut the suitcase, moving out the door. Inuyasha was waiting outside with another suitcase and we drove to the airport.
"Are you sure you want to do this, it's pretty far from home and you're walking straight into another war. I should come with you." Inuyasha complained again.
"I'll be fine, Inuyasha. You can visit if you want and I could always summon you if I need too. In fact, I will probably summon you to show my students, maybe Sesshomaru too" I explained again.
"Why Sesshomaru, can't you just stick with me instead of involving that asshole. I still can't believe they want you to teach some snot-nose brats, if it was me I'd just hunt down this Naraku-wannabe and kill him." Inuyasha ranted.
"Fine, I won't involve him, besides I don't want to suddenly summon him from a business meeting or something; and you know as well as I do that this Dark Lord of theirs is trying to get demons on his side, these children need to be prepared; as much as I don't want to make them grow up faster than they should, it seems like that is out of my hands now, all I can do is make sure they know what they are up against." I sigh.
We arrived at the airport and checked in. It seemed like only a few minutes before I was saying goodbye to Inuyasha with a hug and kiss as I picked up my bags to get on the plane. I sat in first class, my ticket paid for by Dumbledore-sama. I soon fall asleep and sooner than I expected the pilot's voice rings over the sound system informing those on board that we will be landing in Heathrow airport shortly. I buckle my seatbelt and prepare for the plane's dissension. I finally get into the airport and there is a large man waiting for me with a sign with my name on it.
"Yer Kagome Higarashi?" the man asked.
"Yes, actually Higarashi is my maiden name; I go by Kagome Taisho now." I answered in perfect English.
"Err, a'right. My name's Hagrid and I'll be yer guide, gotta have someone to show you around you know." Hagrid replied.
"Thank you, it is very nice to meet you." I replied back.
We left for the train station straight away. I asked questions about Hogwarts and he was very excited to answer them. He left me at the train station saying he had business to do, and instructed me to go through the platform between 9 and 10. I was uncertain but I picked up my bags and ran through with my eyes closed. I opened my eyes to see a large red train steaming and crowds of people roaming around. I went aboard quickly and found an empty compartment to place my things and relax. I opened up the locket that Shippo had gotten for me and kissed his and inuyasha's pictures. Suddenly the door to the compartment opened to three teenagers
Hopefully you guys liked it and I'll have Kagome and the golden trio interact next chapter so stay tuned. Please review and give me constructive criticism because I would love to read your comments and ways of making my story better.