Post by Yvonne Rae De Snaijer on Dec 20, 2018 16:53:13 GMT -7
shooting the moon .
YVONNE'S SECOND YEAR...
Winter’s arrival in the year of 2022 meant that Yvonne was soon falling into another year of anger and loneliness. Surely enough, she saw her younger sister almost every day, considering the classes she spent with her as well as bonded with her friends from other houses and even other years including Jace Hunter who was in the year above her. Winter’s arrival also reminded the De Snaijer girl that her birthday was just a few months shy, something she never looked forward to as her parents spent the twin’s last birthday’s too busy with their jobs. Typical aurors. Though, Yvonne knew she couldn’t fault her parents – she still loved them dearly and most of the time avoided allowing her emotions to spill into her work – hoping to be just like them when she was of age. An auror too.
As the countdown to Christmas began and snow began to get just a tad heavier around the grounds of the Wizarding School, Yvonne swore to herself she had never seen so many students in the common room that belonged to the students of Horned Serpent. As she sat comfortably on the couch, hazel eyes lifted every so often from the book that the girl had lazily picked upon, watching the flurry of blue and cranberry robes hurry in and out. Couldn’t people just stay in one place? Though as her eyes glanced up the hundredth time, eyes locked on with another pair – a face that wasn’t exactly a stranger, but wasn’t exactly familiar.
Delilah Smith was someone Yvonne had grown to adore – look up to. She wasn’t afraid of speaking her mind and that’s exactly how Yvonne strived to be. At least whenever her sister wasn’t around. The brunette was tired of listening to simple whines and complaints about small things from her other second year peers and instead found joy from teasing them, mocking the way they sounded and even lying when they tattled to the Professors. Babies. Yvonne had never psychically spoken to the elder Horned Serpent girl and she knew she wanted to now, but the words seemed to refuse to leave her mouth. Instead, she sent a shaky smile in the girls direction, the book resting in her lap soon coming to a close.
@delilah & hope this works!