Author's Note: So this is the very last chapter in this story...I think I did a fairly decent job...what do y'all think? Read, review, and enjoy!

Jason and Hermione were the last to wake up. When they awoke, Ron and Ginny were already packed. Draco, Harry and Cho were in the midst of packing. Alice hadn't started yet. Jason sat up and stretched out.

"What time is it?" Jason asked.

"Quarter past eight," Draco replied.

"Train leaves in an hour," Harry said.

Jason got out of bed and changed into his clothes for the day. Hermione did the same and they both began packing.

"It feels strange," Alice said, finally starting to pack, "We spent such a long time in such close quarters with each other. Now, we gotta leave."

"At least this time we know when we'll all be back together," Jason said.

"You both are coming to Bill and Fleur's wedding, right?" Ron asked.

"Wouldn't miss it for the world," Alice said, kissing Ron on the cheek.

"What about you, Draco?" Harry asked.

"Ginny's managed to twist my arm into agreeing to be there," Draco said.

"Twist your arm, my ass," Ginny said, "All I had to was ask him once and he agreed."

It didn't take long for everyone else to pack. After packing, they headed straight for the train. They got onto the train and found a compartment big enough for all of them. Jason sat at the window, watching the other students board the train.

"Everything alright?" Hermione asked.

Jason turned to Hermione and smiled. "For the first time in my life," he said, "Yeah, everything is alright."

Jason stretched out his hand and telekinetically opened his guitar case and levitated his guitar to him. He tuned up the strings and began strumming.

I found you in the most unlikely way
But really it was you who found me
And I found myself in the gifts that you gave
You gave me so much and I
I wish I could stay
but I'll, I'll wait for the day

And I'll watch as the cold winter melts into spring
And I'll be remembering you
Oh and I'll smell the flowers and hear the birds sing
and I'll be remembering you

I'll be remembering you

As Jason played, he turned to Hermione and looked her deep in the eyes.

From the first moment when I heard your name
Something in my heart came alive
You showed me love that no words could explain
A love with the power to
Open the door
To a world I was meant for

And I'll watch as the cold winter melts into spring
And I'll be remembering you
Oh and I'll smell the flowers and hear the birds sing
and I'll be remembering

The dark night, the hard fight
The long climb up the hill knowing the cost
The brave death, the last breathe
The silence whispering all hope was lost
The thunder, the wonder
A power that brings the dead back to life

I wish I could stay
But I'll wait for the day
And though I've gone away
I'll come back

And I'll watch as the cold winter melts into spring
And I'll be remembering you
Oh and I'll smell the flowers and hear the birds sing
I'll be remembering you

And I'll watch as the sun fills a sky that was dark
And I'll be remembering you
And I'll think of the way that You fill up my heart
And I'll be remembering you

I'll be remembering you
I'll be remembering you
I'll be remembering you
I'll be remembering you

Jason trailed off the last note on his guitar as the train began to take off. Nobody else said a word the whole train ride home. They simply held onto their significant others. Ron put his arm around Alice and held her close.

"They look happy, don't they?" Alice's voice echoed in his mind.

"They sure do," Ron thought, "It's still hard to believe that Jason could bring Hermione back to life."

"That's the power of love," Alice said, "I don't think Jason could live without her."

"I don't think Hermione could live without him," Ron replied, "Not anymore."

"What about you?" Alice asked.

"If you're asking what I think you're asking," Ron said, "Then you should know that I'd die without you."

"I love you, Ron," Alice said.

"I love you too, Alice," Ron replied.

Ginny was admiring the ring Draco had given her. Draco leaned in and kissed Ginny on the shoulder.

"I wonder how your dad is going to react to the fact that in two years time, you'll be Ginerva Malfoy," Draco said.

Ginny snickered a bit. "He'll probably have a heart attack," she said, "Then he'll probably want to kill you. Then maybe he'll try to pay for the whole wedding."

"Oh, that's a no-no," Draco said, "If nothing else, I'm paying for it." Ginny smiled and curled up to Draco as they quietly began whispering about their wedding plans.

Harry and Cho were locked in a tight embrace. Harry was relieved that, for now, Voldemort was defeated. Still, he felt a deep feeling of loss because of Dumbledore's death and felt an even deeper hatred for Snape. Harry pushed those emotions out of his head and reminded himself of the fact that he still had his best friends, he still had Cho, and he still had his future ahead of him. Still, he couldn't shake the feeling that something was amiss. Something about the letter from his Uncle Vernon.

"You're seeing something that isn't there," Harry thought, "Plain and simple, your uncle doesn't want you home." Harry pushed that thought out of his mind and relaxed next to Cho.


A few hours later, the train pulled into King's Cross. They each grabbed their bags and exited the train. As they stepped out onto the platform, they were greeted by their respective families. Ron and Ginny were greeted by an overjoyed Mrs. Weasley.

"I heard the news about you, Ron," Molly said, "And I'm absolutely thrilled that my youngest son is getting married."

"And we also got your letter about Harry and Hermione," Arthur added, "And it's perfectly okay if they stay with us during the summer."

"Thank you," Harry said.

Cho greeted her parents and was about to leave with them when she ran to Harry and kissed him one last time. "I love you," she said.

"I love you too," Harry replied. Cho turned and left with her parents.

Draco was greeted by his mother. "Are you ready to go?" Narcissa asked.

"Not quite," Draco said. He turned and walked up to Ginny.

"So, I guess I'll be seeing you over the summer," Draco said.

"I'm glad you will be," Ginny replied. The two shared a kiss. Ginny watched Draco turn and leave with Narcissa.

Jason and Alice were greeted by Marius Moody. "Professor Moody," Jason said.

"I've come to escort the both of you home," Marius said, "From what I hear, it may be the last time I ever see the both of you again."

"Professor Moody, we can explain," Alice said.

"Oh, no need," Marius said, "I know how important it is that you reside here. Just come and say hello every now and then."

Alice and Jason embraced their friends as they said good-bye. "I still can't help but be sad that you're leaving," Hermione said.

Jason reached into his pocket and pulled something out. He quickly put it in Hermione's pocket. "Don't look at it yet," he said, "But understand that what I'm giving you is the best reason in the world for me to return." Jason kissed Hermione passionately before he and Alice left with Marius

Harry, Ron, Ginny, and Hermione each piled into the car as it began its journey home. Hermione reached into her pocket and pulled out what Jason had given her. Her eyes widen and she quietly gasped in shock. Everyone else in the car looked over at Hermione and were also shocked at what Jason had given her. It was a gold ring with three diamonds on it.

"What is that?" Ron asked.

"I thinkā€¦"Hermione began, "I think it's a wedding ring. I think Jason proposed to me." Hermione held the ring close to her and smiled, a single tear rolling down her cheek.

"Something tells me next year at Hogwarts is going to be even better," Harry said.

Everyone silently agreed as The Burrow appeared on the horizon. "It certainly will be," Hermione thought to herself.

A/N: So that's the end of "Harry Potter and the Infinity Pendant"...I hope you have enjoyed reading it as much as I did writing it...a sequel is in the works "Harry Potter and the Red Dawn"...add me to your favorites to be informed when it's published...also, I wanna give a big thank you to potterhead0013 for being such a loyal reader...anyhoo, take care and hopefully I'll be seeing you again for "Red Dawn"...the song in this chapter was "Remembering You" by Steven Curtis Chapman