Here’s a sneak peak at the Harry Potter stamps that are coming next week. They’re great to send with your owls.
It is time.
I was reading the Maze Runner series, but I was waiting on The Kill Order to come in the mail and expecting it in just a few days, so I didn’t want to start another actual book. Instead I got 11 children’s books from the library (all about cats or Hello Kitty except for one about a penguin and a cupcake). Well I’ve ordered The Kill Order twice now and gotten different covers than the one I need (even when specifically asking one person before they sent it if it matched the picture). So I can’t read it even though it did come and I’ve finished all the children’s books.
So. I finally shall re-read Harry Potter. And it shall join the ranks of The Chronicles of Narnia and the Truth series by Dawn Cook as “the only things I have ever read twice purely because I wanted to”
shoutout to all the hufflepuffs and ravenclaws who only get a quarter of the merch opportunities as everyone else
THE MAGIC BEGINS ϟ your house
ϟ r a v e n c l a w
Ravenclaw is one of the four Houses of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, founded by Rowena Ravenclaw. Members of this house are characterised by their wit, learning, and wisdom. Its house colours are blue and bronze, and its symbol is the eagle. The house ghost, who in life was the daughter of the house’s founder Rowena Ravenclaw, is the Grey Lady.
“Albus Dumbledore was never proud or vain; he could find something to value in anyone, however apparently insignificant or wretched, and I believe that his early losses endowed him with great humanity and sympathy. I shall miss his friendship more than I can say, but my loss is as nothing compared to the wizarding world’s. That he was the most inspiring and the best loved of all Hogwarts headmasters cannot be in question.”
—Elphias Doge in Dumbledore’s obituary.
"I’m a female writer and, what’s interesting about the Wizarding World is, when you take physical strength out of the equation, a woman can fight just the same as a man can fight, a woman can do magic just as powerfully as a man can do magic and I consider that I’ve written a lot of well-rounded female characters in these books." - Jo Rowling
// for brei.
the only scene we have of the 3 future sisters-in-law
Yup. I really need to read the books again to have any personal shipping feels, but one thing that made HP so great was that the hero didn’t end up with the main female character.
You have your mother’s eyes.