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Normal is relative, but yes, everything back to "normal"
Thu Mar 15, 2018 13:29

As Professor Right walked up Parker could feel his stomach tighten. He knew when he was in trouble. The fight or flight mechanism in the back of his brain was kicking in, and he took a deep breath and held it counting to three. He had just made something explode into confetti, he didn't want to get into more trouble, or get Nathaniel into any trouble.

Parker raised his hands to point at the vase that was sitting, not moving, in front of him when Professor Right mentioned not calling him to see if he'd removed the enchantments. Parker wasn't sure if he had or had not removed them, but he'd at least tried to complete the assignment.

"Vase should be done. I don't know what happened with the box. Sorry Professor. All my fault. Still a newbie with the wand I guess." Parker wasn't sure why he had said it was all his fault. The last part had been, but not the whistling. He was experiencing a bit of an energy rush right now and was talking without fully thinking through what he was saying. He could feel his leg start to jitter a bit under the table, and realized he had not really done anything too physical in a while.

Maybe all of this is just pent up energy. Parker made a vow to go to MARS and use the athletics room later to help release the tension.

“So is the vase done?”

  • Edit: Misreading on my part.Professor Wright, Wed Feb 28 20:39
    OOC: Sorry, Parker, I misread your original post and thought it was your vase which transformed. The last two paragraphs should have read: “Gentlemen, I know it’s fun to play around with Charms... more
    • Normal is relative, but yes, everything back to "normal" — Parker, Thu Mar 15 13:29
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