The Lake-Personal Narrative

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The lake was frozen solid the tops of the trees disappearing into the ongoing distance; no one around for miles. You could see strands of stray snowflakes falling from the ground. At the tip of Hogwarts stands a young witch taking in the sights of the barren lake.
*Stella’s POV*
I breathed out my breath coming in a stream of cold air; I searched behind me to see if anyone had followed me down after a quick look over I knelt down to put the palm of my hand on the ice I knocked on it.
“Still frozen solid; perfect”
It was nearing the end of holiday break; I had decided to get some solitude practice in before everyone flocked the castle again. No offence to Dumbeldore it was wicked he showed me where the room of requirement was but I rarely
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“Reducto” the glacier blew up into a lot of tiny snowballs. I pushed a couple into my hat and whispered a spell into the hat. It was not a spell of Hogwarts or my own; It was one of Loks spells to keep freezing thing froze. With the hat of frozen snowballs in my pocket; I made a snowman with the others in the middle of the lake. I walked back to the rocky peak of the castle. Looking out at my snowman it looked lonely out there so I pointed my wand “geminio” I made him 3 friends. I smiled at my work walked back into the castle.
“hey Star!” I turned around seeing who called me. Two red heads were running at me in record time.
“we’re having a snowball fight, in the courtyard wanna join?”
I nodded my head. “sure”
“who’s playing?” I asked Fred.
“Seamus, Dean and Lee”
I ran off with Fred & George.
We reached the courtyard making a fort were the three boys, one of them nudged the other and pointed at me.
“We’ve got our third player!” the twins announced excitedly.
“who’s that; Ive never seen her in our house before?” one of them asked, he had flat brown hair.
“This is Stella, she’s in Ranvenclaw; she’s one of our new friends!” the twins explained making a snow fort.
“Stella…Archer by chance?” another asked.
“That’s me” I smiled
“you’re the only first ear to pass up into 3rd year charms!” one of them

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