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Hogwarts, September 2020
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> Killing the Day Away, OPEN
|Morwenna Adara o'Grady
7th Year Student
Member No.: 35
Joined: 26-May 12
Killing the Day Away
It was still early in the morning, right after breakfast, when Morwenna decided to come out of the school. It was weekend, so she didn't have any classes for the weekend - it was still a bit too early for detentions and besides, Morwenna rarely got any. The weather was sunny and warm and so she was dressed in casual clothes fitting for it. She walked around the school grounds with a book in her hand - she did not pay attention to which one it was - and wand in the back pocket of her shorts, underneath the plain white shirt; she reached the lake shortly after.
Morwin couldn't tell what gave her the idea to actually go in, but she very clearly found herself knees-deep in the school lake, wondering how smart that idea actually was in the first place. Everybody knew the Black Lake was full of everything and anything. Besides, the water was freezing, even though it was already very warm outside. September was a warm month; Morwin couldn't decide if she loved it or not - summer was already behind but it was autumn exactly either.
She shivered against her will and ran back to the shore. She took her wand out and muttered something she believed to be a drying spell. However, Hufflepuff was aware that she had not mastered this spell at all - she honestly hoped she wouldn't get rash like last time; she'll have to wait and see.
She sat beneath the closest tree she could find, enclosed by its shadow and opened the book that just happened to be Transfiguration. She sighed once again and placed it down, looking around quickly. Stupid blondes, she thought, mostly of herself. She almost wished she didn't go out in first place.
"Patience does not always equal tolerance."
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