Sep. 10th, 2008


Who: Hannah Abbott and Open
Where: The Leaky Cauldron
When: Dinner time.
What: Hannah gets some food after finishing an afternoon of shopping.

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Aug. 25th, 2008


Tag to Hannah :D

Who: Terry Boot and Hannah Abbott
What: Terry goes to check on Hannah's wards and see how she's doing.
Where: Hannah's flat.
Status: Incomplete
Rating: TBA

Knock knock, who's there? )

Aug. 17th, 2008


Who: Megan and Hannah
What: Megan visits her friend
Where: Mungo's
When: During visiting hours
Rating: PG?

Megan was trying not to think about everything Hannah must have been through. )

Jun. 21st, 2008


Who: Hannah Abbott, Adrian Pucey, and Rodolphus Lestrange
Where: Hannah’s flat.
What: Stuff like Hannah getting kidnaped.

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Jun. 15th, 2008


26th Charity Luncheon and Auction

In a beautiful hall filled with wooden tables covered in butter yellow tablecloths and settings, the 26th Charity Luncheon and Auction held by the Foundation of Squib Integration began as it always did. A quick speech was made by the president of the foundation: Mollie MacFerson, a pureblood who had two squib siblings, and a plentiful array of finger foods and sandwiches were available admidst vibrant yellow and purple decorative flowers.

An expensive bottle of champagne was handed to each guest as a complimentary donation by Johnson Flightweather, a squib who had made his money in the muggle world as a car dealership owner. In fact, the free champagne never stopped coming during the entire event.

Following the lunch came rounds and rounds of auctioning, the lots ranging from strange muggle items to expensive artwork and wines. In between all of this, of course, was plenty of time to explore the grounds, talk to the Foundation members, and as one couple did: snog. (Honestly, people, this isn't Hogwarts!)

As day turned to evening the event was capped off with a speech by Johnson Flightweather.

"I would just like to thank everyone for coming and spending some of their money on this auction. Many wonder what our foundation does, and although attitudes have changed greatly, any squib wishing to remain in wizarding society find themselves without jobs or any support at all. The money you have so selflessly provided today (which by the way, I'm told is 5% more than last year, perhaps due to the champagne?) will go to helping support those individuals in the ventures they may attempt. I myself was forced into muggle society to make a living, but hopefully, with what everyone has learned today, squibs will not be so unlucky from here on in. Cheers!"

Earlier that morning )