(Haha, I wrote this AGES ago! I hope you like it, all my stories are working progresses as I kinda get distracted easily then start thinking of new ones :s if you like any of them, tell me, apart from The Chase cause I've only just started that one and I have millions of ideas for it, thanks for appreciating my work by reading it(: xx)
“Lydia! For heavens sake’s what have you done now?” Mrs. Lovegood shouted up the stairs to her daughter, who was forever dropping things. “I haven’t done anything mum! I was only moving some things around my room” I sighed the only thing that could make this worse is mum chucking me out. “That’s it Lydia! Your father and I have had enough; the bills are expensive enough as it is…” Mrs. Lovegood trailed off as she thought about what she was saying next. “I’m sending you to boarding school! I hear they have high expectations there” I went running down the stairs, I couldn’t believe what I was hearing “No mum you can’t! I don’t want to go to boarding school… which one would it be?” I looked at my mum hoping it would not be the one my old enemy, Kelsii Wood, was going to.
“Green Field Boarding School for Girls” Said Mrs. Lovegood pointing to the brochure on the table “Your farther and I have discussed this and we think it’s for your own good” I groaned, a girls boarding school?... Great, just what I wanted. “But is it strict?” I asked dreading the answer
“I should jolly well think so” Said Mr. Lovegood “I’m paying a lot of money for that school I hope it teaches you a lesson, Lydia” I thought for a second then blurt out what I thought “But if it’s expensive then why send me?” They exchanged glances, this, I thought, should not be good. “Well we are all going to have a chance to look around the building, and see if we actually want to send you there” My mother then sat back and yawed “I think it’s time we all went to bed”…
Wisty, or her full name is Wisteria, waved her hand over the image in the lake and smiled. This is going just how she and her brother planned. Soon Lydia Lovegood will know the truth.
We drove through mountain ranges, past forests and we went through little villages, but there was no sign of this boarding school I was supposedly going to. I sighed; this was going to be a long day. “We’re nearly there Lydia I hope your uniform is neat and presentable. Your going to enjoy it, you liked it when we looked round it didn’t you?” Mrs. Lovegood looked at her daughter who was sulking in the back seat. “I’m not going to enjoy it mum, and I don’t know anyone”. I twisted my fingers nervously, which I always do, it’s a habit. This is what I was worried about, making new friends. My old best friend, Laurel Crenshaw, was crying when I told her because she doesn’t have any friends either, that’s why we became friends. We rounded the corner and there it was. Greenfield Boarding School for Girls. It looked more like a mansion than a school, how do they keep it so neat? I have no idea but I guess I’m going to find out.
The gates opened and we drove inside the huge car park round the back. I got out the car and stared at my new school. It was huge, like ten houses put together, there were also tall black fences all the way around the school perimeter and tall gates stood, marking their territory. There were two towers, one at either side of the front of the building. The school symbol hung above tall oak doors that signaled the entrance. It looked like a fairytale castle in a sea of green grass, there was a forest that looked so magical, so mystic it didn’t look real. In awe, I walked towards the doors but before I reached them they opened and a tall man in a fancy suit walked out. “Hello and good morning, welcome to Greenfield Boarding School for Girls. If you would like to follow me inside I will show you to the headmistress’s office. I am sure Mrs. Waterbucks would like to meet you”. Without saying another word he walked inside and we followed.
We walked down endless halls and I was sure I would get lost. Every now and then I managed to look in a class room and there were rows and rows of girls all dressed like me. I gulped; this was going to be awful. A girl saw me looking through the window and when the teacher wasn’t looking she stuck her tongue out at me and mouthed “weirdo”. I stared back at her. Great, I thought, I haven’t even started yet and I already have an enemy. We walked down more halls and suddenly we stopped in front of a large door, made of oak, which said “Headmistress office” on it. “Please go inside and take a seat on the chairs provided” the man looked at us and we walked inside. I sat down in the middle, much to my irritation, and I found myself staring straight at Mrs. Waterbucks. “I would like to welcome you to my school. I hope, Lydia, you feel comfortable in your new home. Your parents may go now as we have a lot to discuss with you”. My parents looked uncomfortable. Tough, I reminded my self, they are the reason I’m here why should I feel guilty for them?