Greetings and salutations! I am a proud Ravenclaw, the only one out of my family (obviously, as I come from a muggle family), and have been attending Hogwarts for six years now. On Sorting Day, my sorting took a few minutes, which made me very nervous. The hat kept muttering to me about my mischievous tendencies and potential for trouble. Anyways, it decided I was a fit for Ravenclaw and I was (still am) overjoyed! When classes started, I became absolutely enthralled in the Care for Magical Creatures class. It fascinated me that these creatures existed in the world and disgusted me how they were being treated (in general terms, of course). But during classes, I found that I was being treated similarly by some of my fellow peers. Because I am muggle-born, some traditional students did not agree with my attending Hogwarts and heckled me in the hallways. It doesn't bother me much anymore, and I've gotten good at ignoring their comments. Anywho, it's been hard balancing classes with sneaking off into the library to learn more about creatures, but I've really enjoyed my time here so far and am excited to experience my final year!