Perhaps you've become jaded by the winter weather, but now it is time to celebrate the arrival of the vernal equinox! Join our eager quartet of Promising Students as they lead a relaxing stroll on the castle grounds. Go on a nice, long nature hike. Listen to the baby birds chirping and enjoy the gentle breeze. Stop by the lake to bask in the sunlight and visit our friend the Giant Squid. Breathe in the fresh air and take in the sweet fragrance of blooming flowers. The small green shoots sprouting in various gardens and Greenhouses might inspire you to plant something too. Run barefoot through the grass... But be careful, there may or may not be a snake on the loose!
This issue of SerpenTimes had me worried for a while, but our contributors managed to mint magnificent pieces by the deadline. In about a day, I went from wondering if there were enough submissions to awakening all my editors to ensure that everything got at least one proofreading before publication. The Grab Bag Writing Challenge stories are quite impressive!
Even if you don't possess any Irish blood whatsoever, this season is bound to bring you some good luck! Quidditch matches have resumed and there are several exciting HOL events coming up this term. Happy spring!
This edition of SerpenTimes includes:
Prof. Amy Lupin
Prof. Cody Lewis
Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis
Prof. Tarma Amelia Black