I've always known that I belong in the magical world. It's an obvious fact. I've never really fit in with the 'normal' kids at school, roughhousing and screaming and playing sports. I preferred to keep to myself, seeing if I could do things other couldn't like wiggling between a wall and a gate bar. Reading with advanced skill in kindergarten. Beginning my first joint story series as a first-grader. When I hit 10, I knew I wasn't human. I knew I didn't belong on the Earth, but I was there to try to make it better. And I'm trying my best, as guardian of rainbows I will do my best to solve social justice problems and keep the color in this world, and in some cases, entirely bring color back to places that have been drained of them. Attending Hogwarts will help me to do this by prompting me to practice using my creative brain muscle to roleplay and to have fun in life, enjoying every type of magic any kind of place has to offer.
The Guardian of Rainbows (Jade)