After a rewarding double season with the Skrewts and San Jose State, I am happy (and relieved, honestly) to retire from playing quidditch the way I wanted to go out: on a high note.
Smythe won the tournament, I got sixth place twice, but the real heroes are Long Beach for taking silver in the community division.
A short update following a short month.
Some pre-regionals ramblings from an exhausted Quidditch Mom who just has a lot of feelings.
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We’re six days into the year. The new car smell of 2018 is still there but slowly fading away. Now’s as good a time as any to talk about new year’s resolutions.
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