Yes, of course, an invisible horse!
Sat Aug 19, 2017 17:16

Jasmine smiled fondly in remembrance, "Well, the first time, I was probably only three or four, so Mom rode behind me to make sure I didn't fall off. Honestly, I don't remember not riding Flossie, so I don't recall the learning process, exactly. She was a yearling, too, so she was smaller at the time." Jasmine shrugged. "It's not too different from riding a muggle horse, if you've done that. Just bigger and higher in the air."

In response to his question about the brooms being like bikes though, she just shook her head in uncertainty. "That assumes I know I how to ride a bike. We have winged horses on our ranch. I've never bothered with either. And if I need to go into the muggle town, I take a muggle horse or Mom drives. She's muggleborn," she added as an afterthought, to explain why her entirely magical immediate family even bothered with muggles. Though, she had mentioned Dumbo already, so she guessed Parker had already figured out she had some kind of contact with that side of the world.

"Anyway, I'm good at riding large living things, but brooms and bikes don't have their own brains to handle things I don't specify or notice, and they can't be bribed with apples. And they're so skinny! I'm just nervous I'll fall right off and look like an idiot."

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