devastated | perfectionist | co-captain & seeker
- OOC First Name
- Blood Status
- Half Blood
- Relationship Status
- Sexual Orientation
- too busy to bother
- Knotted 15" Unyielding Walnut Wand with Augurey Tail Feather Core
- 3/2037 (15)
With the party still on going, Minnie had been unable to hold it back, she had to send the letter owl telling her parents immediately. They hadn't let her practice over the break, claiming that her recent spate of losses meant she was bound to lose in this game. But she hadn't. She hadn't lost. She'd managed to catch the snitch, their team had done it, they'd won. Minnie had thought she could hold it off until the next day, but with the celebrations and her own excitement any of the books and revision that she had had planned for this night would have to wait until the next day. So, if she was to spend tomorrow studying and catching up she had to use tonight and what was left of the pre-curfew time to send the letter. So she'd excused herself from the party, grabbed some parchment and a quill and headed to the owlery.
Minnie had changed obviously after the game, but where she always tried to present the most perfect version of herself, she had let her hair sit more naturally, sit a little messily. She had a smile that she couldn't wipe off her features. She just felt so proud of herself, of what she had done. Minnie walked into the owlery and went to the cleanest of the window sills and used the stone surface to write the. letter. To say to her parents, "despite what you felt, we won" she would be rubbing it in their faces. She knew they would send back something that would dash all of her current joy but that would be later and for now she would just herself feel that joy. She paused for a moment, and read back over what she'd noted. She noticed a mistake in it, and where she'd have started over in any other occasion instead Minnie, just. scored out the mistake and put the correction next to it before continuing the letter. Tonight, she could just herself exist without needing to be perfect.