By the time Albus and Iris got back to the castle, the teachers’ meeting had finished. Albus thought that now would be a good time to visit Teddy.
Albus waved ‘bye’ to Iris and took off to the East Wing.
The only problem was that Albus just realized he didn’t know how to get there.
As he walked through a corridor, he heard a cold voice. The voice wasn’t as cold as Harry had described it to Albus, though. It was almost as though the voice was free… a softened version of what it used to be.
“Where do you think you’re going, Potter?” asked the voice.
Albus turned around shakily and realized it was just a portrait of Severus Snape. Right, thought Albus, I’m going to have to get used to that.
“He- Hello, Headmaster,” said Albus.
“Where are you going?” repeated Snape.
“Well, I was off to find Teddy… Er… You do know Teddy, right? Teddy Lupin?” asked Albus.
“Of course I know him, Potter. Why do you need him?” asked Snape.
“To visit him?” said Albus becoming rather annoyed.
“Like father, like son,” muttered Snape as he slipped out of his portrait.
Albus let out a frustrated moan and took out his wand.
“Point me!” said Albus and his wand spun to the north.
“Ok,” muttered Albus to himself, “was that really so hard, Snape?”