Post by mina pandora oliveira on Feb 15, 2017 10:43:18 GMT -7
Things might have been a little strained with Callisto after that one event where Mina may or may not have found letters concerning her sister and one of the students situated at Hogwarts. For whatever reason, she had decided to take it upon herself to figure out exactly who this Dancing Boy was. She didn’t know how she’d manage it, but from one of the letters she managed to snatch up for her own perusing, the boy had stated that he was a musician. There were only so many places a musician would go on a weekend in Hogsmeade. Thus, Mina, with her Saturdays off now, decided it would be a fun little game to play: Find the Dancing Boy. The other tidbit she remembered of the letters, which wasn’t much because of her drunken, goofy, stupor, was that there were a few names mentioned in them. Daniel and Brandon. Didn’t help much since those were rather average names, but if she came across a person singing or doing music stuff with one of those names, then she had her Dancing Boy.
The plan once she found this boy? She hadn’t thought that far ahead yet. For one, she simply wanted to get a glimpse of him and see what Callisto was going after. Obviously her responses to the letters weren’t in the drawer of the nightstand, so Mina had no clue how gross her sister’s flirting was, nor was she interested in finding out. This probably wasn’t any of her business, but it was way too interesting to let go. So off to Hogsmeade she went, early enough in the morning that she could ask the shopkeepers a few questions about musicians. Apparently there was a music store there that was pretty popular with some of the students. Somehow that had missed her observations during her seven years at Hogwarts, so it was brand new territory that she was about to enter. Pushing the door open to Dominic Maestro’s, Mina was glad that the bell jingle was different from Flourish & Blotts. Stupid bell drove her insane. It was quiet the impressive shop, for all intents and purposes. If she was the slightest bit musically talented, this would have been the store to go to. Perusing the aisles, she decided to look around and wait for a little while in case anyone came in. If it was dead after a few minutes, she’d simply bring up the names to the shopkeeper. Surely he would know the more popular musicians at the school.