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PostSubject: Astronomy (Lesson One: Greek Mythology/Astronomy Relations)   Astronomy (Lesson One: Greek Mythology/Astronomy Relations) EmptyMon Feb 09, 2015 8:21 pm

Elsa had it all figured out. Her first lesson would be spectacular. One the first years at Durmstrang wouldn't forget. And considering that the only students at Durmstrang WERE first years, it would be easy. Elsa loved the fact that so many of the constellations where named after Mythology. Hercules was Elsa's favorite and she would start the lesson introducing Hercules so that the students would understand how constellations and Mythology where related.  She wrote on the board:

Andromeda
Hercules
Pegasus
Perseus
Centaurus
Cancer
Cepheus

She smiled as she pulled her blonde hair in to a side French braid, and sat at her desk as she waited for students to arrive. She was excited to see if there were any children interested in Astronomy/Greek Mythology like she was. But she wasn't going to be so easily impressed. She wanted to be strict. Make sure that they did their homework, studied often, as this wasn't going to be an easy class that they could get away with not studying. She was going to do the one thing she had never done in her entire life, make her mother, Ana proud.
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Symona was really exited for this class! She didn't even bother to hide that. Back in Bulgaria, when they had a very rare (yet great) Astrology lesson, she would learn everything on the second. Heck, she probably had read everything about it before the lesson and even knew more! It was the only part of Physics that was worth it, the only fun part of it. So they would only have four lessons about it, of course. She knew that somewhere ager ninth or tenth grade she would actually have a subject 'Astrology' and couldn't wait for that time. But now she was here! And instead of having to wait forever for a lesson of such kind, she would have it now. Which was awesome. Well, it wasn't under the same name. Here it was Astronomy. But it shouldn't be very different. Well, she hoped such.

The girl entered the class room. First as always! No surprise here. Okay, sometimes some person or two may come before her but Symona would make sure to make that an exception if it ever happens. Because no one can be before her! The girl has a good record to protect and it can't be messed around with people coming in class before her. No, no and no! That surely will not happen. Okay, maybe she was acting childish for this... But who cares? No one will be earlier from her. She will make sure of that by coming early enough to the lessons! Yes... That is what she shall do!

Now to return back. She entered the class room. Examining around, she quickly read what was on the board. A small smirk appeared on her face. Greek mythology... She was well aware of it. A nice read, it was. And so was Egyptian mythology too. The Roman was almost the same as the Greek, the foolish stealers. She looked at the professor and greeted her with a "Good day." before looking for where to sit down. Well, walking g towards her normal seat. The most amazing front rows! After that, she waited for the lesson to start. And took her things out of her bag.
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PostSubject: Re: Astronomy (Lesson One: Greek Mythology/Astronomy Relations)   Astronomy (Lesson One: Greek Mythology/Astronomy Relations) EmptyThu Feb 19, 2015 6:37 pm

Carmen was not very interested about Astronomy but she still found it like good idea to take. Maybe she can learn something useful in this lesson. Learning about stars and etc could be fun actually. She slowly walked towards the classroom. She barely knew where it was actually. After many tikes asking others where it was she found it. She knew she wasn't late this time. She soon walked into the classroom.

Girl saw there Symona, who was her housemate and also they shared doorroom. "Hello, professor," she said there now with a weak smile. She looked at Symona and waved to her. After that she took a seat too somewhere where was empty. It was back at the classroom. She looked at the board. She wasn't sure what these things on board meant.

Carmen took all her necessary things out of bag. Now she needed to wait lesson to start.
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Martha sauntered into the classroom and took a seat near the front. Astronomy wasn't a particular interest of hers, but there weren't many classes to choose from and looking at the stars was still mildly interesting. She understood most of the words on the board, names of Greek Mythology, and smiled faintly. Greek Mythology had always been something she'd found entertaining, so maybe this wouldn't be so bad. After pulling out the necessary books, she let her head rest against her arms on her desk. Hopefully the class started soon, because Martha wasn't in a patient mood right about then.

Nana had sent a letter. Which, in and of itself was rather surprising, but the contents had been even more shocking. Grandfather was apparently dying. Okay, so it wasn't all that shocking, Martha amended with a snort to herself. The old coot smoked cigars like they were cigarettes, and when he wasn't smoking those, he had his pipe. Not to mention the fire whiskey, scotch, and regular whiskey he drank on a nearly constant basis. Never enough to be drunk, since he sipped at the stuff all day, but he was certainly looser than the rare moments when he was fully sober. There hadn't been any details in the letter, but Martha supposed it had something to do with the man's liver or lungs--or both. Either way, she wasn't terribly saddened by the news. It just made her plans a bit easier.

Nana, on the other hand, rarely drank more than a glass of wine before bed unless she was socializing. And smoking anything was viewed as a masculine pursuit, not something any 'proper lady' ought to indulge in. Still, if grandfather passed before Martha could really put her plans into action, then she could easily cover up Nana's murder as a suicide. Things were beginning to turn up.

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