Glad we're on the same page.
Wed Mar 15, 2017 06:44

The thought of adding additional courses to her timetable made her cringe, but being friends with Muggles with no previous experience was difficult. She was a quick learner in context - she didn't speak much when they chatted about television shows or video games or mobile apps, but she'd learnt what a car was, a TV and a mobile. The computer was a bit trickier, but she'd decided educating herself so she could avoid sounding like a Muggle hermit was necessary.

Lily expected Jozua to sign up for an elective and part of her had hoped they would sign up for one together. Alas, she had no interest in Astronomy and she doubted he had much reason to take Muggle Studies.

"I didn't want to at first, but I ended up going for Muggle Studies. Don't want to look like a fool with the mates I've got back home, and it might be good fun learning something new. They've got all sorts of gadgets I've never heard of and I can't quite understand how they work without magic." It wasn't fascinating or particularly awe-inspiring, but Muggles weren't completely dense and helpless as she'd grown up thinking.

"I'm not looking forward to Intermediate courses this year though," she sighed. "You've got to keep me accountable, Jozua. If I get one A this year my parents are going to lock me away or home school me. That'd be the worst!" She'd luckily managed to keep her marks high so far, but with more difficult classes she didn't know if she'd be able to focus well enough to keep it up.

  • Of course. Nothing less for you.Jozua, Tue Mar 14 19:35
    "Good," Jozua said, glad and relieved that Lily though she could visit for the New Years Dueling Tournament. Since dad had made the offer, he had alternated between being certain that she wouldn't... more
    • Glad we're on the same page. — Lily, Wed Mar 15 06:44
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