modern Hogwarts headcanon
muggleborn sixth years jumping from moving staircase to moving staircase shouting “PARKOUR”
I went on a shopping spree today! I understand that I am so lucky to continue living like this. The Chicago police were not sent to “clean up the streets” of my neighbourhood. The store I started my day with, Women and Children First(independent and feminist) was ready to remind me of this with it’s sizeable intersectional race, gender, and sexuality section (second photo) I really recommend it. Their children’s section prominently displaced the fantastic “Mommy, Mama and Me” (pictured above) depicting a multiracial same sex couple and their child. Too cute! My second shop, RavensWood Used Books, appeared apolitical.( It was like a labyrinth in both the best and worst ways (observe oblivion in photo five). The final place, Myopic Books, was well stocked but the prices were high (check out the $40 vintage copy of “Living poor with Style”) as the three stories and fiction A-E balcony! (The view from it can be seen from the seventh image). That’s my cousin in the sixth photo, I has so much fun with her as she showed me around.