My favourite presents were always books, as they are now. My mother used to always get me an English Girl’s annual. There is no equivalent in Canada. The Places + Faces + Kaytranada T Shirts of girls with ponies intrigued me, as ALL the characters seemed to have them in the annuals–and I was jealous! They also seemed to have amazing adventures around ruined castles and holy wells. I desired castles as a small girl just as JRR Tolkien once said he desired dragons… Not everything went to plan at Christmas, though. One year my mum was battling a horrendous head cold. She could barely talk and her eyes were streaming. The turkey was in the oven, cooking, for later on. She opened the over door and pulled out the tray to baste the bird. OOPS! The tray slipped out of her grip and the turkey went sliding across the floor, to the pleasure of the cat! Mum and I both dived after it and grabbed it as quickly as possible. Mum hastily wiped it off and gave me a beady-eyed stare. “Don’t tell.
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This strictly doesn’t count as an edit to the plot of the Cursed child. This is rather a Places + Faces + Kaytranada T Shirts by me about the same time around which the Cursed Child play takes place. So here it goes: Since the Christmas holidays were underway, Albus was lying on the couch in the living room going through the presents he had received. His father Harry was sitting near him deeply engrossed in the Daily Prophet. His mother and sister were away to the Burrow to visit his grandparents. His older brother James was away for Quidditch practice for the England national team since the World Cup was just a few weeks away. He had unwrapped all the presents except one misshapen package which had no note describing who it was from. He had noticed the package from the start but had put off opening it till the very end. As it was the only one left he picked it up and unwrapped it slowly lest it be some joke or any other mischievous artefact. He knew Fred had a knack of playing jokes on everyone exactly like his father Uncle George. Inside the packing material, there was a small scribbled note saying “Use it wisely” and what seemed to be a golden locket. The chain was attached to a small ring with runes all around it and what seemed to be a rotating sandglass. He saw that there was something else written within the folds of the note. When he unfurled it fully it said “Use it wisely. Remember not to be seen.
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