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Post by lily luna potter on Aug 18, 2017 18:40:17 GMT -7
The Quidditch scrimmage was over. The excitement was gone since her team had lost. Lily had been trying to keep everything on the positive side, but now that the match was done with, she was starting to feel the effects of Adrian being gone again. Her mind had been occupied for the last few days. Now there was nothing to keep those thoughts from creeping back in again. She knew she would have to deal with them eventually in order to move on. Except she didn’t want to move on just yet. That seemed wrong. It may have been a few weeks already, but that was six years she was being asked to overlook. She didn’t like having to do that.
The locker room for her team had already cleared out. She was sure the Gryffindors on the other team were already in the common room celebrating. Before going back though, she planned to see if Cece was fine after that nasty hit. Accidents happened of course, but she was a teammate. It would kill a few minutes of having to think about everything else. Lily was surprised that more hadn’t happened during the match, considering the weather conditions. While the rain hadn’t necessarily slowed her down at all, it had been tough to see at times. She was positive that the match was nearing a delay or cancellation if it had gone on any longer. The pitter-patter that had been going on before they started had now turned into a raging monsoon. Which meant she still had to walk through it to get back to the school. What a perfect day to forget an umbrella. It almost made changing into dry clothes right now seem useless.
Regardless, Lily tossed her sopping wet Quidditch gear into her bag. She would have to get it cleaned and dried in case there was another scrimmage near the end of the year. After the tournament ended, there wouldn’t be much to do besides study. And who liked doing that? Pulling on a big jumper, Lily sighed. This was awful. Between the weather and her feelings of everything that had gone on, she couldn’t catch a break. Pretending like everything was fine wasn’t going to get her anywhere either. People would take notice eventually. Some already had.