Where are the ladies when you need them?
The Marauders are manning up the place again.
Right here! Hello Mary.
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I read Julius Caesar by Shakespere and Lord of the Flies recently. They were both pretty good in my opinion.
I’ll be sure to track it down in the Ravenclaw study.
Knowing that, Andromeda I offer you one lone piece of advice. Be careful of who you talk to and consider a friend. Not everyone is as tolerate as Bellatrix and Narcissa are being. You getting hurt wouldn’t be a good thing.
Well I wouldn’t exactly call them tolerant, but I will be careful.
Hm. I don’t think I’ve read that yet. I’ve heard it’s amazing though. I should look into it!
It is! And do you have any good recommendations for me?
If only you knew the lengths that Sirius has taken to try to get rid of me. You’d feel the same way as I do. However, that is something for me to know and you to never find out. Your family may still care about you Andromeda. You are part of them and I’m sure that they will still care for you. However, I wouldn’t suggest pushing the boundaries. We all know how Bellatrix can get.
Well I’m glad I don’t know anything of this, considering my low tolerance for conflict. I try to stay to myself, but when they start yammering on about pure-bloods, half-bloods and muggle borns, I get a little frustrated. Yes, I know all too well.
Books are always fun. What did you read, anything you’d suggest to others?
Well Pride and Prejudice was absolutely marvelous. I couldn’t put it down.
Unbelievably exited at the though of the new school year starting of course. I can’t wait for the corridors to fill up with students, whispering when they think no one hears them and admit their worse secrets and …
Sorry got carried away, how was your summer ?
Oh, I can’t imagine there’d be too much drama.
My summer was okay, I was pretty much holed up inside with a stack of books, so I was quite content.