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Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis

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  • Birthday September 4

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  1. 1. Sundays 2. Saturdays 3. Fridays I'll probably be at work at all the times listed, but I'll still try to be there. Sundays are typically less busy than Saturdays. The weekend is better than Friday because there are more people around on Fridays.
  2. The Last Air Bender Gotham or Metropolis?
  3. Nickelodeon The channel that had all of my favorite cartoons growing up!
  4. I'd attempt to get Ron to relax. This would include telling him to take deep breaths, offering him a warm beverage, or playing music. I would also try to get other members of the team to show their support for Ron or just get the entire team hyped for the match. The idea of working as a team may alleviate the nerves. If none of that works, I might opt for a Calming Draught (or an Unforgivable Curse).
  5. I appreciate the play-by-play commentary because the action is sometimes too fast. As everyone else has already mentioned, it's better if the commentator is knowledgeable about the sport and has a passion for it, especially if that excitement is reflected in the voice. Usually, it is nice to have two commentators who can work off each other. The banter can be fun as long as they put the game first and don't get sidetracked.
  6. December is when you start looking back at everything you've done this past year. First up are book series that I've completed this year. Courtesy of Goodreads, these are in chronological order. Five Book Series Shades of Magic trilogy by V.E. Schwab - The magic system in this series is amazing and the characters are even better. The first book, A Darker Shade of Magic, is being adapted as a movie. Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas - Although I wasn't a huge fan of all the books in the series, the seventh and final book (Kingdom of Ash) was satisfying. Percy and Jackson and the Olympians series by Rick Riordan - I bought the boxed set on a whim because I felt I needed a faster read. It fulfilled that requirement and more! I really enjoyed the quick brush-up on Greek mythology and getting to know all the characters. And I read it just in time because The Lightning Thief musical is on Broadway for a limited run. Winternight trilogy by Katherine Arden - My Secret Elf recommended this trilogy to me last year. It is definitely heavier in both writing style and content, which is why I needed the Percy Jackson break. Renegades trilogy by Marissa Meyer - The second book was a little disappointing, but I loved how everything was wrapped up in Supernova... with a couple loose ends. Interestingly enough, I only have five book series completed this year on my list... so far! I did just finish reading Epic by Conor Kostick, the first book of the Avatar Chronicles trilogy. There are still a few weeks until the end of the year!
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