Post by SAGE KAIA GRIMM on Jun 4, 2019 17:03:58 GMT -5
Sage had graduated the hardest year of her life was over. It wasn't because exams where hard. Some was she would agree but friendship wise it was hard. By the end she was alone it may have been her attitude or that they hall was getting off with each other and she felt a little like a spare wheel whatever it was she found herself alone at the end of her Hogwarts journey. Some could say a little sad Sage wasn't so cold hearted it did affect her her brain just had to tell her face that. One good thing that had came from school was that she had been scouted by the Holyhead Harpies before even leaving school. She was thrilled about that and accepted their offer. They made one condition that she still had to pass all of her exams. Making her still try for the latter half of the year.
Upon receiving the news she was so happy and rubbed it in her father's face, who was shocked and since she would be the famous one took a peculiar interest in her. Witch didn't sit well with Sage after been pushed to the side all of her life for just being a girl.
This is what made this trip to London so strange her dad wanted to get her a few things she would need before she went to boot camp for the start of the next quidditch season. It was the height of it now she wouldn't be on the team till next year now but training was starting straight away. Sage being Sage however agreed to the plans with her father making it seem like she would travel all the way to London a week after she finished school to go shopping however Stuban Sage reared her head and she went the day after. Saying he was mad would be an understatement. However Sage was going to enjoy her day alone in London.
She appeared to a little side street next to the leaky cauldron. In black jeans a loose fitting white top, ripped denim jacket and trainers. She loved wearing things like this. She slipped into the pub that always seemed like it was full of dirty old men and smoke and skipped through to the entrance to Diagon alley. To say it was the summer holidays it wasn't that busy, witch she was glad for her and crowds where a nightmare. Her first point of call was the bank. She wanted to see how much saving she had to do a little bit of a splurge shopping spree. She walked the cobbled streets heading in the direction of the bank. She wondered if she would bump into any old faces her today.