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Trill Roberta is a 27 year old (DOB: January 2, 1990) pure-blood witch living in an alternate universe, with mutant faces. She wields a 10½" Elder, Chimaera Scale wand, and is a member of Gryffindor. Her favorite Harry Potter book is Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and her favorite Harry Potter character is Mad-Eye Moody.

About Me

*5 y e a r s.


July 7, 2010,
August 26, 2010.



I have a habit, & that habit is a person. The closest thing to a drug, but she'd kill me with a look and disappointed tone if I ever took any. Going a single day without speaking is rough, and longer near unheard of. Sort of a necessary fix (read as: WhatsApp) requirement. That habit is my best friend, AmberWood.

This is probably where I should shout out Cara & Kalli for introducing us, or you for staying even though my first messages were scarring, or for not hanging up after the first words you heard from me were, "Shut the !#@k up [insert brother's name]!" Most sane people would have hung up in those first few weeks, Incoming sap.

You didn't, though. You stuck around. For years. Took a real concise e-proposal after accidental home wrecking on my part, and stayed until now. Congratulations. You deserve a prize. I'm grateful. Glad that, even at inconvenient times, you're there. No matter the hour or circumstance, you can be counted on.

You push me, constantly, to do what I should. Professionally and otherwise. You look out for me. You're there breakdown after breakdown, and there isn't an adjective to properly enhance a thank you, or express my appreciation on that front alone. I'm stubborn, I test you - a lot. Dealing with me is far from easy.

I just hope that, even sometimes, I'm a fraction as good for you as you are for me. That distasteful jokes, toxic sarcasm/sassiness, rude comments, & my being near incapable of sympathy, don't take away from the fact that I do care. I'll always be here for you, no matter what's going on in our lives.

Life happens, & we grow up; we forget things. Opportunities arise, priorities change, and we suddenly have to adult. But, I can guarantee that I won't forget you (future concussions permitting). No one person has had as large an impact as you have - not one has been as good a friend to me. There's nobody I'd rather call my best friend.

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