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 Forgetting, Quidditch Pitch| Matthew Bennett
Ariadne O'Rieley
 Posted: Jul 19 2017, 05:34 PM
Ariadne O'Rieley
"I don't know who I am anymore."
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Ari really needed to get into shape. Or in other words get over Matthew. In her spare time, Ari found that running was a great way to clear her head of anything Matthew related. Sure it had been a while since they broke up, but they had been BEST friends for years. Now they barely talked, they even avoided each other when they saw each other or had classes together. Ari flat out hated Hogwarts. It seemed like all of her friends disappeared when she and Matthew broke up... she literally had nobody to talk too except the ghost in the library when she went there to do homework and study for exams and everything else. Hogwarts was an escape from the real world.
They weren't preparing her to decide what she wanted to be. She thought about dropping altogether and not coming back next term, but she was too close to graduating to do that. Ari stoped for a break. She was drenched in sweat standing in the middle of the Quidditch pitch. This was about her third lap. One more and she would be done and get in an ice bath. She had sweat dripping from her eyes, and into her mouth. She sat on the ground because her legs felt like lead.
In her mind if she pushed herself, she could forget everything. She could forget about Matthew and all the terrible times at Hogwarts with him that she had. Only thing was that it was hard to forget six years of her life. But if she kept herself busy, she knew she would be able too, and everything would be fine. She had to spend this time wondering what she was going to do for the rest of her life. Maybe she could find something in the muggle world like becoming relators like her parents. She didn't know. Ari took her water bottle and dumped half of it on her head making her even more soaked. If she could finish this last lap, Ari could do anything.
But Anything was a lot of things. Her mind started spinning. She didn't know if it was from over heating, or just over thinking. And then she ran. Ari ran as fast as she could to the other half of the field. She didn't look behind at all. Behind her was the past. Behind her was everything that stood in her way of becoming something great. Behind her was Matthew. Behind her was forgetting the last six years of her life.
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