The Trip To Hogwarts:
Honestly, why school? On the first day of September we were all prepared. We headed down to the secret platform and my mom gave us some blue cookies for us to eat on our journey to Hogwarts. We boarded the train and found an empty compartment with nobody but two boys and a girl. Annabeth held her breath. One moment. "These there," she whispered. It was unusual for Annabeth to talk like that. Maybe it was because she was holding her breath. Desideria got ahead of us all. "Hi, can we sit here?" she asked. OK, first off, it's NEVER a good idea to say 'No' to Desideria unless she wanted to hear it. I'm guessing the girl could tell, because she said, "Yeah, sure! I'm Hermione Granger and this is Ron Weasley and Harry Potter." Desideria lead the four of us into the compartment and sat down. We talked and talked for quite a long time. Until we finally arrived.
"You need to get onto these carriages," Ron explained.
"Are those... Dead pegasi?" Thalia asked.
"They're called Thestrals, Thali," Annabeth told her.
"I'm not called Thali, owl face," Thalia said.
"Pinecone face," Annabeth insulted.
"Olive brain!" Thalia taunted.
"I HAVE a brain Thali, so that doesn't apply," Annabeth said mockingly.
"Argggh!" Thalia yelled. The two insulted each other the whole trip. I ate most of the cookies. Nico stayed unusually quiet. Desideria picked up pebbles as we went and threw them into any puddles or bodies of water.
That kept going until a massive shadow appeared. "Welcome, to Hogwarts, which I saved many times," said Harry quite smugly. I definitely did not like this guy.