The words that would mend the things that were broken
I do hope Hannah is alright. My prayers are with her and her family.
The entire witches losing magic fiasco is extremely worrisome. It makes me itch to be working at the hospital again, so at least then one can feel somewhat useful. I am terrified of losing my magic.
I've been doing a lot of reading lately to settle my nerves. I finally got around to beginning The Pureblood Wife's Handbook, which by the way Draco and I received 10 copies of as wedding gifts. It's gigantic and for those of you who aren't pureblood, the 'prized' resource for all wives. I've read one chapter and already feel like hexing someone. Apparently a good wife should never express dissaproval, but rather write her feelings on a pleasantly worded note to be given to her husband when he is neither in a good mood or a bad mood and never EVER when he is in a plain mood.
More updates to come if I don't destroy the book in a fit of rage.
You told Ron I slapped you?! And Padma?! Why are you trying to make me into this horrible monster? I know I shouldn't have, I'm sorry! And Ron told me you're drinking? George! You better reply to me, George Weasley, or I'm OWLing your Mum and telling her what you did in 7th year. You know what I'm talking about.