Gwenog the Nimble
31 March 2012 @ 7:11 PM
2 years ago via stewarted (originally stewarted)
19 March 2012 @ 1:24 PM

i love you all so much and i’m back and i’m never leaving you again oh my god.

2 years ago
31 January 2012 @ 3:55 PM

But of course, I have a broomstick. I would look quite absurd indeed flying above the clouds without one, and I couldn’t well play the game if I had to rely on Gunther thrusting me into the air to catch the balls…

2 years ago
31 January 2012 @ 3:39 PM
2 years ago via greydaughter (originally golden-snitch-flew-away)
29 January 2012 @ 8:58 PM
2 years ago
23 January 2012 @ 10:04 PM
Anonymous asked: "How can you stand to be around someone like Elizabeth Burk?"

On the contrary, Elizabeth Burke happens to be one of my closest friends and confidantes. She cared for me when I was at my utter lowest - I practically owe my entire life to her and her brother. I would do anything for her. 

2 years ago
23 January 2012 @ 9:32 PM
Anonymous asked: "How goes this game that you are developing?"

The game is going quite well…thank you so much for asking. I encourage any who have a passion for flying to learn my version of it as quickly as possible. No matter what absurdities Gunther might lead you to believe about this “stitch-cock” game, it is my version that is the most legitimate…

2 years ago
23 January 2012 @ 9:27 PM
serpent-tongue-salazar asked: "I haven't been able to speak to you much since you arrived, dear Gwen. How are you enjoying yourself?"

I count every day at Hogwarts as a blessing. There is a freedom here and a form of forward-thinking that I’ve experienced nowhere else. I hope you are quite proud of what you and the other founders have created…

2 years ago
23 January 2012 @ 9:01 PM
Anonymous asked: "What is your happiest childhood memory?"

Childhood is such a fleeting illusion, as there is no common, mutually-agreed-upon moment when it ends. However, any time spent with my two brothers was time well spent. I highly advise against inquiring about them again, however.

2 years ago
23 January 2012 @ 5:20 PM
Anonymous asked: "What is the best part of waking up?"

The solitude and the quiet…some find it unnerving, I find it beautiful. But the best parts are the hours that come after wakening - usually I can find some brief time to spend flying.

2 years ago