Jan. 23rd, 2012


[Beauxbâtons - en français]

Since I'm avoiding my transfig homework a bit restless I started jotting down thoughts about the last game and our next one to share with Anais, but then I figured maybe it would be more helpful to get everyone's perspective and see what we noted or might have missed.

Both keepers improved from their previous efforts, but we still have the best keeper in this competition. Don't start gloating now, Aidan.

Corrie keeps getting injured, do we go after her as an easy target or focus on the other two that can clearly do damage without her?

I think Salem's seeker was maybe a bit overwhelmed but if she stays in the starting position and settles into it I don't think we'll be able to take advantage of it.

We'll need to keep an eye on James at all times, he hasn't missed yet and to me that makes him our biggest threat. What do you guys think?


The game of this weekend was well played from both teams. Congratulations Durmstrang!

I am glad the weather is at least a little warmer now. I am wanting to swim again but not yet, I think. It is still the season for being inside reading stories by the fire and bothering team mates.

Because I miss the sun the way it is at home I am giving pictures of how it looks in the light in summer.

Wave your wands! )

Sep. 13th, 2011


I am not sure if I feel tired because of transfiguration today, or because of the weekend, which was a great success, I think. Though it does not help that the classrooms are so hard to find!

One of the suits of armour heard me talking to myself in French on my way back from Defence Against the Dark Arts yesterday, and would not let me pass until I could prove I was not in league with Napoleon. Zut alors! I am sure our châteaux has never been so rude to a guest

Warded to fellow foreign students
I know that this is a big place, but it's almost impossible to find somewhere to fly away from Hogwarts students desperately practicing. Is this driving anyone else mad?