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Maggie sighed in relief, admiring her work as she stood at the entrance of the once-classroom. Since it was the very beginning of the year, this classroom was empty, and Maggie had seen this as the perfect opportunity to host a get-together with all of her friends, and even some other students who were looking to meet new people. She supposed that if someone was walking by, they could just sneak in and nobody would notice, or, really, care.
The classroom was now a cozy-haven, the floor covered with blankets, pillows, and more blankets. A few beanbags were propped up in the back, along with a table that Maggie had put one of those old-timey projectors on. A house elf named Sunny had been kind enough to agree to crank the handle during the movie, since technology tended to be spotty around the castle. A white screen was hanging from the ceiling in the front of the room, with fairy lights taped around the edges. The pillows and blankets stopped over in one corner of the room, where a plethora of candy-bars, popcorn, and sodas were laid out. Maggie had attached blankets to the ceiling, making the whole thing a huge blanket-fort. Fairy lights were strung all over the place, and the room had a warm, cozy glow to it.
The people who wanted to actually watch the movie could sit in the front, while those who wanted to talk were able to sit in the back so they wouldn’t bother the others. It was a small room, but it worked. It could, theoretically, fit twenty-thirty people, but Maggie guessed that half of the people she’d invited wouldn’t show up in the first place— not that she has bad friends or anything, it’s just that that’s how these things usually work. She’d thrown enough parties during her time at Hogwarts to know that invite lists and guest lists were two very different things. Still, she’d told them all when and where, and a lot of people had RSVP’ed, so the turnout was going to be fine, hopefully.
Since it was autumn now, and basically Halloween, Maggie had turned on Hocus Pocus, a movie she thought everyone would enjoy, seeing as they were all witches and wizards themselves. She’d start it when the first few people would get there, but she had to hold off on it now. All she had to do now was wait.
what Maggie is wearing
edit: guys i got a prefect owl lmao so i have to change it to a house-elf cranking one of those old-timey things or whatever sooo just pretend it’s been like that the whole time por favor
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