Feb. 9th, 2004

lupercusna: (lost in the stacks)
When I was a child, my mother and father kept only wizarding books in the house. When I came into the care of my grandmother she read to me from a mix of wizard and Muggle books, sparking an interest in the latter that carried me through adolescence and well into adulthood. Even now I am more like to pick up a copy of Alice In Wonderland than I am Moste Potente Potions, but I own both. I frankly have enough books in my possession to open a bookshop.

And that's just what I've done!

It's going to be a bit before it's actually open for business, because I've got to get everything settled as far as the premises go, and I need to hire on a strong back and a good pair of legs to help me carry boxes and things back and forth. I've spent the last week or so filing enough parchment and filling out scroll after scroll at the Ministry to allow me the right to run a business - thank you, Albus, for the shining reccomendation. it's rather slow going, and to be honest I'm really rather impatient about it. I've spent enough time in this flat cooped up with nowt to do. Dobby is very helpful, but he's not very good for conversation. I can only say so much about the glory of socks.

Has anyone seen my cake-server?

Oh, and Sirius? Are you coming by again tonight? If so I'll have Dobby put the kettle on. I've got something to tell you about the bookshop that I hope you'll find to be good news. And bring some of that lamb from the Hogwarts kitchens, if you would be so kind? I've a bit of a craving for it, I suppose I'm just homesick.

Am very disappointed to have missed out on this Love Your Neighbour business. Sounds exciting. I can't wait to see the resulting carnage.


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