Don’t act like I’m still not your favorite Ravenclaw boy.
You were never my favorite. I’m quite fond of Danell— you’re roommate I believe. Oh, and Melville is fit. So is Lewis.
I can go on, but I think you see that you’re far from my favorite.
Your emotions are not very much of my concern.
Well then, do tell, what is of your concern?
You do that.
Whatever will make you feel better, I will let you believe.
Make me feel better? Aw, why Tennison, I didn’t realize you cared about how I felt at all!
What with this nasty habit of being quite cold to me, I mean.
The boys keep me young. Anyway, I’ll have my revenge next time he asks for help with his work.
Are you sure, Danell? It looks that they’re making you rather old. All that stress can’t be good for you.
Is that a grey hair I see now?
Ah, it’s my pleasure, as it would be to do your floral work for you. If only I could figure out the counter spell. It looks as if though I’ve been nicking flowers from the Herbology department.
Lost your spark? Oh, my, I can’t imagine a world without your zany, Gryffindor spark. Perhaps you’ll be able to fix that throughout the year.
Ah, what does that matter? What’re they gonna do? ‘A hundred points from Ravenclaw for stealing flowers!’
And oh, I wish I could fix it. But it’s rather hard when the cause for it is in nearly all my classes. And I’ve got to see him at Quidditch Practice. Although…I could kick him off the team…But that’s rather petty..And he is a good Chaser, I guess...UGH.
Yeah! You go, Lia!
Oh, you’re laughing now, Yates, but next year, this’ll be you tossing this shit out.
I’ll be sure to express your deepest sentiments to our professors and be sure not to foil your plan in the meanwhile. I’m sure everyone will miss you dearly, but I wish you the best of luck in your new life as a House-elf.
Ah, well, I’ve perfected the Orchideous spell, much to the dismay of my roommates— I’ve got bouquets all over the common room and as nice as it is, I don’t think everyone’s pleased. What have you been up to? Apart from plotting to join the House Elves in the kitchen, I mean.
I thank you kindly, Reed— You are truly a rose in the world of thorns and other flowers you have conjured up. Which might I say is impressive and should I need a florist, I dare look no further!
Unequally as impressive, I have been up to much nothing! Quite unusual from my normally spectacular plans of mischief but it seems that I have lost that spark this summer.
Well actually, I’m often involved as the victim of their pranks. I’m not sure what the joke was but just this morning I woke up with a herbology book levitating above my face. Not sure why but it happened. I guess that’s something, right?
Oh man, Danell, that’s tough. Was it Fontaine? Always knew he was a berk, but I didn’t know he even pranked his mates.
If you’d like perhaps we could pull a prank!
Well, I can certainly understand your struggle when it comes to homework, but I’ve never thought to toss it out a window.
It’d be ill advised, as I don’t think you’d be able to pass for a house elf, but you could always give it a try.
Certainly, I will give it my best of tries. Do give the professors both my thanks and my goodbyes for I’ll be gone soon.
But before I disappear into the enchanting wonders of the House-elf life, I am most curious on how you’ve been fairing since our last encounter, dear Reed. What’s new?