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Aurelia West

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About Aurelia West

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  • Birthday 06/24/1998

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    dance, languages, psychology, reading

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  1. We're a little less than halfway through the term, but luckily we're still earning a ton of points for Slytherin! Here are Slytherin's Top Point Earners of March! 10. Arianna Stonewater - 25 points Luna Celestial - 25 points 9. Mortiana Blaque - 30 points Eurus Reiss - 30 points Prof. Amy Lupin - 40 points 8. Amaryllis Storm - 58 points 7. Will Lestrange - 65 points 6. Alexander Barnes-Rogers - 70 points 5. Dexter York - 75 points 4. Anna Snape - 100 points 3. Heather Long - 115 points 2. Cody Lewis - 140 points Prof Scarlet Leslie-Lewis - 165 points And in first place this month we have Daisy Lafferty with 208 points! Brilliant job everyone, let's keep aiming higher!
  2. Hello everyone! Another month over, some more points for Slytherin earned! Here are Slytherin's Top Points Earners of February! 6. Yuhaina Khan - 10 points Ollie Darkwood - 10 points Mazie Roberts - 10 points Sara Alfieri - 10 points Luna Celestial - 10 points Professor Scarlet Leslie-Lewis - 25 points 5. Daisy Lafferty - 54 points 4. Arya Arslan - 60 points Arianna Stonewater - 60 points Will Lestrange - 60 points 3. Heather Long - 87 points 2. Emilia Salvatore - 119 points And in first this month we have Cody Lewis with 190 points! Great job, everyone! Here's to many more this term!
  3. Happy New Year, everyone! This term is almost finished so there's no better time to earn a ton of points! Here are Slytherin's Top Point Earners of December! 10. Alice-Lynn Riddle - 48 points 9. Alexander Barnes-Rogers - 56 points 8. Dyllon Malfoy - 60 points 7. Axelle Fairbrough - 70 points 6. Mortiana Blaque - 80 points 5. Cody Lewis - 120 points 4. Will Lestrange - 160 points 3. Amaryllis Storm - 180 points 2. Arianna Stonewater - 260 points And in first this month we have Draco Riddle with 491 points! Congratulations, Draco! Let's keep earning points, everyone!
  4. Dear Journal, It sure has been a while! This term is over halfway over and I haven't done nearly as much as I've wanted to this term! My time should be freeing up extensively soon, so I plan on finishing all of my assignments for classes with term deadlines, but I haven't sat any OWLs yet which I'm upset about. Everything sure has been busy, busy, busy, but I hope to be around more at least for the next couple months. I haven't played in a quidditch game yet this year, or managed to submit anything to a newspaper, so there's still a lot to do! Wish me luck! Aure 5 scales awarded
  5. Hi everyone! We're over halfway through this term and still first place for the house cup, so let's all keep earning points for Slytherin! That being said, here are Slytherin's Top Point Earners of November! 10. Mortiana Blaque - 53 points 9. Aquila Malfoy - 60 points Cody Lewis - 60 points Emma Borg - 60 points 8. Anna Snape - 75 points 7. Arianna Stonewater - 100 points 6. Keani Orion - 101 points 5. Dexter York - 117 points 4. Amaryllis Storm - 118 points 3. Start Light - 250 points 2. Will Lestrange - 278 points Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis - 330 points And in first place this month we have Alexander Barnes-Rogers with 394 points! Amazing job, everyone and let's keep up the great work!
  6. Another month is over, so it's time to award Slytherin's Top Points Earners of October! 10. Start Light - 107 points 9. Dexter York - 118 points 8. Aurelia West - 170 points 7. Brianna Caedmon - 195 points 6. Bull J. Johnson - 199 points Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis - 210 points 5. Amaryllis Storm - 230 points 4. Draco Riddle - 231 points 3. Will Lestrange - 340 points 2. Cody Lewis - 350 points And in first place this month is Arianna Stonewater with 544 points! Congratulations, Arianna and let's keep earning those points snakes!
  7. The first month of this year is in the books so it's time to announce the top points winners! If you make the list, we'll send some bonus scales your way, and if you take the top spot, you'll receive a nice shiny award. 1st Place: 200 scales and the Sagacious Slytherin of the Month Award 2nd Place: 100 scales 3rd Place: 50 scales 4th-10th Place: 30 scales And finally, here are Slytherin's Top House Points of September: 10. Aquila Malfoy - 70 points 9. Soren Farmer - 76 points 8. Draco Riddle - 163 points 7. Keani Orion - 178 points 6. Amaryllis Storm - 180 points 5. Arianna Stonewater - 229 points Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis - 279 points 4. Will Lestrange - 320 points 3. Cody Lewis - 565 points 2. Khaleesia Marie Lilith - 645 points And in first place this month is Anna Snape with 667 points! That's an awesome amount of points! Wait to go, Anna!
  8. Nope! TWBM is excited for a new school year to begin?
  9. Hi hi! I've returned to be a silly snake! Maybe Amy will come by next?
  10. Dear Journal, I can't believe it's been such a long time since my last entry! I sincerely apologize, but unfortunately cannot guarantee replies will be any less sporadic in the upcoming months however much I'd like them to be. I'm debating upon whether I think I'll actually have enough time to participate in this year's Emerald Cup, but I think I'll base it on how much work I get finished this weekend. After that, I'd like to hopefully participate in whichever quidditch shenanigans occur this summer, but again I'm unsure of my available dates as things seem to simply be compounding upon each other in RL. I'll try to post again soon and with a little more substance, but until then wish me luck! Aure
  11. I think I would also like to see more of the effects before settling on an option, but I think I'm most intrigued by the various consistencies of foam so I think I would try those out first. They could then be a good base for whatever bubbles I would want to pour on top.
  12. My path was definitely spurred on by my various life experiences and my own anxiety as to whether or not I could see myself excelling in any specific field. As a child, while I practiced ice skating and ballet, I didn't consider either as a potential career option. In middle school I enjoyed my English classes but didn't enjoy the essays that came along a bit later. I never particularly stood out in any given academic discipline, but I had an interest in science, chemistry in particular, so I decided I would try to do something with that. However during the time I was studying chemistry intensely, my focus wasn't on the math associated with many of the processes to the point that I ended up giving up on it as a career option. I still enjoy it a lot and love to learn more about it, but I no longer picture myself pursuing a career in it. I also dabbled a bit in engineering and when I was applying to colleges ended up applying to more schools for mechanical engineering than I did for dance (which is the major I'm currently pursuing). I think what ultimately pushed me to study dance is how much I was affected by seeing performances and how I wanted to be able to put that feeling into the hearts of others as well. I'm also really interested in choreographing, so I'm glad that I attend a program with an emphasis on both. Additionally, I heavily considered psychology when I was going through my college search, and though I didn't study it in my first year, I added on this past year and I'm really glad I did. When I took a psych class in high school I was pleasantly surprised at how much sense the class made to me, and I found it fascinating. The same can still be said and I'm excited to graduate with both degrees!
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