Before sending me an owl, you might want to know something about me...
— Backstory ☽ —
I was always that “weird kiddo” that didn’t have many friends and used to stay in my room just drawing. When I received my Hogwarts Letter I was really happy but afraid of the fact that nobody wanted to be my friend. My mom was supporting me from the beginning, which made me more sure that I will make some friends at Hogwarts. I picked up all my supplies and was ready to start a new adventure. I said goodbye to my family and got on the express. I sat down and as we started moving I saw two boys looking for a place to sit. I invited them to sit with me and we became really good friends. Later on, we were sorted, but we didn’t get the same house. Theo, the youngest of the group, got sorted to Griffindor, Marc, the oldest of the group, was sorted to Ravenclaw and I was put Hufflepuff. However, we are best friends and I am really thankful for them.
— About me ☽ — Gender Female Age 16 Birthday October eighteenth Zodiac Sign Libra Appearance Blue eyes, long brown hair, glasses, 175 cm (5’7) Sexuality Asexual Relationship Status Single Personality Shy, kind, loyal, adventurous, loving, introverted INFJ-T Hobbies Drawing, travelling Pet Bunny Favorite Color Purple, yellow, blue Favorite Flower Sunflower
— Wizarding information ☽ — Wand Willow wood with a phoenix feather core, 14 ½" and slightly yielding flexibility Patronus Dapple Grey Mare House Ravenclaw/Hufflepuff - I'm not sure because I was sorted twice. The first sorting was two years ago and I was put in Hufflepuff. The second was now and I was put in Ravenclaw. Blood Status Half-blood
— Family ☽ — My mom likes magic and always wanted to be a witch. What she didn't know was that she actually is a muggle-born witch, because she always seemed like a normal girl, but as she was getting older she could do things other kids couldn't. My dad is a muggle and doesn't believe something like magic exists and says it is stupid. I also have a muggle stepbrother, but since he is much older, I don't really know him.