Today's the day. At first I thought my copy of the book would be far from me, arriving at my home in Illinois while I'm here in Maine, I was able to persuade Amazon to ship it to me here instead. It has arrived. Now ensues the battle over who gets to read it first.
There are two copies in the house: mine, and my dad's. Both of us get priority to read our copies. My daughters do not really buy into the fairness of this ruling. Right now, I'm all but done re-reading the Half Blood Prince, and thus am willing for one child to read into my Deathly Hallows until I finish... Dad is willing to allow the other to read into Deathly Hallows while he does other things. It is likely to get ugly when we adults want our books back.
Read little children, read quickly...
Meanwhile, ... I figured it would be a good day to play some Hogwarts games. Turns out there are a number of sorting hat substitutes on the Internet. Here's what they say about me:
Now, of course, we all want to be affiliated with the marvelous Harry and Hermione, and the Weasleys, so I suppose I'm happy with that, but ... is BRAVERY the main thing I relate to? Not really... And the other sorting hats I tried had a different view:
This sorting hat says that I belong in Hufflepuff!
Said Hufflepuff, "I'll teach the lot, and treat them just the same."
Hufflepuff students are friendly, fair-minded, modest, and hard-working. A well-known member was Cedric Digory, who represented Hogwarts in the most recent Triwizard Tournament.
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who knew? not me!
I figured myself to be more of the brainiac than the diligent type...I'm not good at slogs...
Then again...this sorting hat agreed.
Of course this one says that I'm close to balanced between the three houses...
Your in-depth results are:
Ravenclaw - 14
Hufflepuff - 13
Gryffindor - 11
Slytherin - 7
Which house do YOU belong in?