An Amazing Read

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I recently learned the Harry Potter world before the series actually end. Yes, I live in a cave. It was my 3rd year in college that curiosity about this series got me and after that, the rest is history. Now that I  already graduated, I want to thank the magical world.

I hope Hermione is proud of what I have achieved last March 16, 2012.

Thank You…

Harry, for teaching me to stand up when all else fails and be brave on every step.
Ron, for showing me that fear is not a weakness but a strength that shows you’re just human and there’s always room for improvement and yes, there’s always the pressure when your siblings do good at school, but at the end of the day, the achievements do not matter. We love our family because they are our family.
Hermione, for personally inspiring me to study hard and have…

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An amazing fan fiction about a few of our favourite people!

Jeyna Grace

In the broad valleys of Wales was a young beautiful girl. She lived with her mother and step father in a brick house, where she had to look after her brother, her 2 step sisters and her twin half brothers.

When her father died in the war, while serving the King in service, her mother came under the spell of a wealthy man, who promised wonderful things for her family, but when he married her mother, she and her brother became outcasts.

She was forced to do the cleaning and cooking, as though she was one of the maids in her own home. Her younger brother was forced to work in the farm and over see the male workers. And since she was the oldest among all her siblings, she was forced to look after all of them. She could easily call herself the head maid of her home, as…

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The Waiting

In February 1995, a very important discovery was made as I rode home with my mom for dinner.

Trees have leaves. And you can see them. Like, from far away.

I had just been outfitted with my first pair of glasses and it was love. (Yeah, the “first sight” kind. Har Har.)

I didn’t need to wear them everyday and I didn’t until I went to college, but those glasses were my gateway drug to the world of what is the best accessory ever created. If they love you as much as you love them*, they will fill your life with the blessings of clear sight and that just-finished-attending-a-foreign-film look. We are smarty-pants and we are proud. Or at least we simply appreciate the idea of looking like we’ve read a book.

*And let’s face it: glasses don’t love everyone. But please allow those of us who can’t shouldn’t wear…

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