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Born: 20 August 1990
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Character's Age: 26
Blood Status: Half Blood
Relationship Status: Single
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Joined: 4-November 17
Last Seen: Jan 6 2018, 05:34 AM
Local Time: Jan 18 2018, 08:11 AM
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Nov 11 2017, 02:56 PM
Despite never having attended Hogwarts, Teagan had been extremely successful in building a life for herself here in the UK. It wasn't always easy, however - there were always some who didn't appreciate outsiders coming in, but that was their own hang-up. She was a respectable woman, a hard worker. She paid her dues to society through various means, including taking time out of her busy summer to help coach a Quidditch Summer Camp at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
The camp was for students of four of the many schools in the wizarding world - and while she was sad to see that no students from her alma mater, Uagadou would be attending, four schools coming together was better than nothing. Even as a Professional, Teagan wasn't that familiar with the American sport of Quodpot - so the fact that Ilvermorny was thrown into the mix would definitely prove interesting. Perhaps even she would learn something at this summer camp.
Nothing said unity like sports. Sure, there were house rivalries just as there were team rivalries - and some of these students here might have to put some of that aside - but Teag had faith that this camp would be a fantastic way to bring students from different corners of the world together. With as crazy as this world was becoming, seeing these kids come together gave her hope, inspiration. Now, hopefully they could set aside whatever differences they had, if any, and work together as a team and achieve victory.
Teag couldn't lie. Kids or not, she was going to push them. The Captain in her wouldn't sleep just because they were younger, potentially more fragile and delicate. No excuses.
As Ignatius Rickward Swift read off the roster, Teag watched the player that reacted, trying to place names with faces. Finally, once they were all grouped up, Teag ushered for her team - the brown team - to head several yards to the side, where they could have some privacy. "Brown team! Over here!" she crowed out, glancing over her shoulder to make sure that they were all following. Once congregated, Teag swished her wand, starting a translating spell, and went straight to work on introducing herself.
"Some of you may already know me, but for those who don't, I'm Teagan Williams - better known as December," Teag said with a proud grin. "As Swift said, I'm the Captain and Keeper for the Holyhead Harpies, a team exclusive to women. We're a very proud bunch, and I like to put an emphasis on team unity. I expect no less from you lot," she declared in a no-nonsense manner. "So, let's get started. We're going to go around and do an icebreaker. I want you to tell us your name, what school you're from, which position you play, and one random, interesting fact about yourself. Starting with you, going in a circle," she nodded to the student on her right, gesturing for them to start.
Nov 7 2017, 03:30 AM
Summers in England were far preferable to the ones that Teagan remembered in Africa. The ones back at home weren't relaxing enough - besides the suffocating heat in her home country, most of her summers were also filled to the brim with chores. As if the heat hadn't already exhausted her enough by 11 am, then the tasks that she was assigned to to help her mother certainly did.
At the very least, Teagan could never spend a beautiful summer day outside back at home like she was currently doing. Free from Quidditch practice for the day, Teag still wanted to spend her day outdoors, absorbing the sunshine and getting that breath of fresh air (as if she didn't constantly breathe it in). Perhaps one of the best places to take her day was Hyde Park in London. It was close enough to her flat, but was also spacious enough to pack a picnic lunch, sprawl out a blanket, and enjoy some time to herself without risking interrupting anyone else - or anyone else interrupting her, for that matter.
Wearing short shorts, a girlish tank top with frills lining the hem, sandals, and an oversized pair of sunglasses, Teag disembarked at the proper Tube stop, picnic blanket and basket in hand, and began heading towards the park. Once inside, she wandered for a few moments, taking in the scenary (and of course, the people - people watching was one of the draws) before spotting the perfect spot under the shade of a large oak tree.
Beelining for it, the Keeper sprawled out her blanket and got comfortable, sitting down and opening up her picnic basket. She pulled out a lovely organic spring mix salad with fresh strawberries and candied walnuts, a turkey breast sandwich, and to wash it down - a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc to wash it down with - after all, far be it from Teag to miss an opportunity to sip on some of her favorite crisp, refreshing wine on such a gorgeous, relaxing day.
Beneath the shield and secrecy of her sunglasses, she observed anyone who crossed her path, nibbling on her food and nursing her glass of wine all the while. There was rarely a time out here that something totally amusing didn't catch her attention...she might just have to wait for a bit, but it was usually always worth it.