Meow Meow Meow 🐶
- Out of Character:
- Professors please let this get underway before busting them
Daisy could not believe that she was in her final year. Seven years seemed to drag on, and fly by, both at the same time. She could still remember the eleven year old Daisy that ran around the Halls, pretending she had her dog with her. She laughed out loud, before remembering to be quiet; she didn't want to draw attention to herself. Most people should have been at dinner, but not Daisy - she was going to start the new last year right!
Daisy managed to sneak to the Forbidden Forest without any problems. It was exciting and nerve wracking at the same time, to be going to a place that was forbidden. It was like it had a big target for every adventurous person, asking to be entered. If they named it the 'evil' forest, she'd have been less inclined to go, but she was happy to say this wasn't her first time breaking in. Daisy hadn't been caught, not today or any of her other times, so her confidence was high.
Once she figured she was far enough in, Daisy grinned, and began humming a song to herself, wondering if she'd run into any interesting creatures, especially a unicorn or centaur. Once she left the school, she was sure she'd never have the opportunity to see one again, so she had to make the most of the time she had. However, the forest was dark, and though she had lit her wand, she couldn't see too much from the ground. So up she went! Daisy found a tree with good branches, and began climbing. She got half way up, and decided that it wasn't that much better up there either. Still, the Seventh Year had a smile on her face. She was thoroughly enjoying herself.
That was, until a massive spider dropped onto her shoulder. Daisy, screamed in fright - she was used to spiders, but she sure wasn't prepared to have one the size of her hand drop onto her. She lost her footing, and her hold, and she yelled again, as she fell, whacking branches here and there on her way down. Daisy would have thought it lucky that she landed on her feet, apart from she landed on her right leg first, which took all of the shock, and apparently all of the damage. Daisy let out an expletive that her mother would have had a heart attack upon hearing as her leg bent a funny way, tears springing to her eyes, unbearable pain. She could hardly tell that the tears were falling freely from her face as she grasped around for her wand, clutching it tightly once she found it. Why hadn't she listened in classes in case there a spell to fix broken legs?! Daisy tried to stand, but wobbled and tumbled down, groaning in pain and frustration.
She was going to have to crawl.