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Kit Reid
Claiming a spot
Mon Apr 3, 2017 19:32
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Last year Kit had signed up for Quidditch even though her parents would never approve. This year would be no exception. She planned on signing up again and not telling her parents. She hated lying to them, but she felt it was for the best. They would never understand why she wanted to play. They would never understand how thrilling it was. She just hoped they never found out, but if they did, she wondered if she could just argue the fact that at least she wasn’t a beater.

Seeing the signup sheet posted, Kit added her name to the list.

Kit Reid, 2nd year, Chaser

Satisfied that her name was on the list, Kit took a moment to admire it. She was a second year. It was an odd feeling. She wasn’t new anymore. Everything had a certain familiarity about it, including adding her name to the signup, but it was weird not being a first year anymore too. There were new people. People younger than her and learning the things that she had learned the year before. Yet, it was great not being a first year, because there were new, younger people. She couldn’t wait to see what the rest of the year brought.

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