Tracy Davis (tracy_sfh) wrote in steadfast_heart,
Tracy Davis
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A Day Outdoors (Year 4)

Tracy looked longingly out the library window as nearby Parvati and Lavender bent over their divination books. A sad sigh escaped her, unnoticed by the others. From here she could see both the Ravenclaw and the Hufflepuff Quidditch teams gathered with their groupies around the lake. It was a fact univerally acknowledged that those two houses had ALL the cute players. Gryffindor was girls and Weasleys. Slytherin was goons with the exception of Draco and everyone knew he was REALLY a poof. Poor Pansy. If she only knew she was nothing but a well dressed beard. The thought made Tracy snicker, and she poked Parvati with her elbow. It was frowned on that she hung out with Gryffindors, but it helped that they were two of the richest and prettiest girls in the school. Then again her house generally frowned on her. It was just a good thing everyone had learned it was safest to leave her alone.

"It's a nice day out. We can finish studying tomorrow." She hissed, rolling her eyes as Madam Pince looked over her glasses at them.

"But I want to finish this horoscope," Lavender whined. Tracy smirked and raised an eyebrow at the Brunette girl. If there was one thing guaranteed to make Lavender stop in her tracks, it was a boy.

"There's Quidditch boys by the lake."

Instantly two heads whipped around and books slammed shut. Parvati stood up, tossing her head and kicking her sister Padma, who was sitting with them, under the table. "Come on, you're coming too."

For some unaccountable reason, Padma blushed, and Parvati shook her head. "Come on, I know you're grades are important, but it's Saturday."

Tracy added her encouragement but secretly wandered how Parvati could be so dense. Even she knew that Padma was still totally in love with her last year's boyfriend, who apparently had dumped her. Tracy had to admit the fact that he had dumped a girl like HER interested her at least a little. Not that he was her type. Cute, but no money. His friend on the other hand ... if he wasn't so wrapped up in Mandy Brocklehurst. Then again they weren't dating. Even they said so. A smile came across her lips as they waved good bye to Padma and headed to the lawn. By the lake she saw him tossing the quaffle to one of his team mates a tall thin boy. She looked over at Parvati and smiled. "See? Isn't this better than studying?"
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