One is for-
Hermione had always been Ron's number 1, whether it was number one annoyance or love is doubtable…
Two is for-
The two of them together, because either Ron& Hermione or Hermione& Ron just sounded right.
Three is for:
Harry, Hermione and Ron-cause you can never forget Harry (after he's the one who had to put up them for all this years in Hogwarts and beyond)
Four is for:
It took Ron four years to realize that yes, Hermione was in fact-a girl.
Six is for:
It took him six years to admit to himself-that yes Hermione was the one (and make a fool of himself in the process)
Seven is for:
It took him seven years to do something about his feeling to Hermione (and all it took was the threat of an immediate death)
Eight is for:
The number of hours they argue each day (at least that what Ginny claims…)
Nine is for:
They may have been arguing a lot, but it took them under 9 seconds to make up.
Ten is for:
Perfect- Hermione had always been the perfect students while Ron was, well, not.
But no one could argue they weren't the perfect match for each other.
And for those of you who thought that I forgotten something-well I didn't:
Five is for:
Middle, as Ron stood next to his wife on the Hogwarts platform waiving goodbye to his little flower, he couldn't help but feel nostalgic and remember how it all began, he suddenly felt years older than he really was; but that was o.k. it may have been the beginning of his children into the wonderful world that was Hogwarts, he wasn't that old (thank you very much)-it isn't the end of his and Hermione life-they were in the middle, and he was happy.