Dreaming about the dreaming spires

From the moment my father handed me that first book which I hungrily demolished in a matter of days, it has been a dream, to study amidst its dreamy spires and brush shoulders with its legendary figures. Visiting King's Cross and the highlands of Scotland only served to cement my decision further.

No prizes for guessing the Institute of Interest then.

Attending a mundane university with the rest of the muggles holds no promise or excitement for someone like me, who is convinced that it is in the magical school of Hogwarts where I belong.
Over the years, with each book of the series devoured, I have admired afar the interesting curriculum offered at Hogwarts.

The sheer variety of interesting subjects offered is reason enough for me to pack my bags and zip my way through to Platform 9 3/4 and board the next Hogwarts Express to Hogwarts. Astronomy, Dark Arts, Flying, Potions, Transfiguration and Charms are so much more indispensable to human existence than the ubiquitous Biology, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

I have already decided that with my area of expertise and talent when it comes to musical skills, Frog choir is just the right co-curricular activity for me to excel in. Moreover, my phobia of flying aside, I would love to fly with flying colours in Quidditch and bring honour and glory to my House. About that, I intend to convince the Sorting Hat that all my fears and cowardice aside, Gryffindor is just where I belong, to walk in the dormitories once habited by legends like Harry, Hermoine, Neville and Luna Lovegood.

When Magical Creature, Lady Gaga visited Hogwarts 
As for my specialization, it would have to be in Care of magical creatures. I think it is only with a subject specialization like that, that Magical creatures such as Lady Gaga would allow me to serve them as their Personal Assistant. Oh wait, you thought Lady Gaga was human?! Think again, fellows, think again.

I have often been asked by peers the reason for my determination to get into Hogwarts, and I will share with you what I told them. It lies in the magic, I believe in the powers of magic, and where better to find that literally than in the world of Hogwarts.
The location appeals to me greatly too; having studied in England and getting the opportunity to travel around the UK has brought me to the realisation that it is the castles amidst the emerald wilderness of Scotland that I belong.

So, selectors of potential Hogwarts, kindly consider my application for I am waiting rather fervently for Hagrid to come on his flying motorcycle with my letter of acceptance.



  1. Ahaa!
    i wish this is real and we all potterheads are beckoned to london

    Good luck!

    Defiant Princess

  2. Wow! Very creative! I want to go to Hogwarts too! :)

    1. Thank you so much.. right? right? who doesnt want to go to Hogwarts!! :D


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