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HyperPost 10: My 11th Birthday (Stuff That's Near My Wall Part 2)

Your 11th birthday means one thing and one thing only: getting your acceptance letter from Hogwarts.

This was my second Harry Potter-themed birthday (the first being for my eighth birthday, where all of my gifts, the cake, loot bags, and decorations were Harry Potter-themed). 309 more words


HyperPost 9: YOTSO (You Only Turn Seven Once)

16 November 2001. I turned seven. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone opened in theatres in Canada. My dad got me a copy of the book for my birthday. 266 more words


HyperPost 8: StarKid Journal

Let me start off by saying that my grade 10 French class was a joke.

A singular assignment that had unnecessarily strict formatting rules was the basis for the majority of one of the competencies in French – meaning that if you didn’t follow the format but still had perfect French, you could fail that part of the course. 227 more words

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HyperPost 7: MariMun Fun, Order-of-the-Phoenix Style

I feel like a fictional committee in Model UN is a more socially acceptable form of LARPing.

For the 2013 MariMun Conference, I had signed up to be Percy Weasley in the Harry Potter Fictional Joint Crisis Committee. 307 more words


Hyperpost 6: Magic Schedules

I may not have gotten a real letter to Hogwarts, but I still managed to have a magical high school education.

The first day of school means you get your new schedule for the year. 184 more words

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HyperPost 5: Hogwarts Castle

I never thought video games would be helpful later on in life.

While in Edinburgh, we planned to visit Alnwick Castle, in Northumberland.

Never heard of it? 426 more words


HyperPost 4: New Book's Eve

I have a thing about reading Harry Potter and midnight.

The most memorable one would be the midnight release of the last book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – which I went to with my dad and step-mum. 511 more words