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AnastasiaBleu aka Anastasia Kournikova is a 21 year old (DOB: December 12, 1996) pure-blood witch. She wields a 11½" Cherry, Unicorn Hair wand, and is a member of the unsorted masses of Hogwarts students just off the train eagerly crowding around the Sorting Hat.

About Me
Daughter of Abram and Cecily Kournikova, Anastasia has a very ethnic background. Her grandfather died when Anastasia was seven from lung cancer, so her grandmother moved in with her and her parents in their family estate. Anastasia is a pureblood, (although there's possibly Veela blood on her mother's side) and she enjoys the freezing winters of Russia and her husky, Volchitsa (female wolf). She speaks English, Russian and a little bit of French. Although she still retains an accent, over time it has slightly lessened and is not as thick as it was when she was a child.
Anastasia was sitting by the window with her best friend Alexander, eating brightly colored ice cream. There was another heatwave and the two of them had been keeping cool all afternoon by playing in the yard with the water hose.

"Anastasia, have you decided yet where you're going to go?" Alexander asked, looking over the petite brunette. Her skin was reddened from the heat and a couple of beads of sweat rolled down her forehead, but he still thought she was beautiful.

"Da, I have," she admitted reluctantly, setting her ice cream down and taking his hand in hers. "I am going to Hogwarts. You will be at Durmstrang, we won't even really see each other either way besides holidays. Are you mad?"

"No," he sighed, shaking his head as he looked at the young girl in front of him. "I knew this would be your choice, but I wish I could just take you with me."

"Me too. I promise I will write you all the time, just like I did last year when you went away for the first year," Anastasia assured him and he nodded, squeezing her hand.

"I know, Annushka." He said the pet name affectionately as he smiled, trying to make the most of the days that they had left. "Now, let me help you pack."