"Abby!" I woke up. We were still in the common room.
"What?" I rubbed my eyes.
"Professor McGonagall gave everyone three days off. Dumbledore allowed it." Harry said.
"What are we going to do next?" I asked.
"What if you make animals with water?" Hermione suggested. I nodded and got a cup of water.
"Make a dragon." I bended the water into a dragon and made it fly around the room. I made other animals and the last one I did was a butterfly. I made the butterfly fly to the stairs.
"That is cool." Fred and George were on the stairs. I stopped bending and the water went on them. They looked at us and started laughing for some reason. Ron told Fred and George what I am.
"Mom and dad said that the last time they saw a bender was when they were in their fifth year." George said.
Two weeks past since my uncle came. A scroll from my aunt. I opened it.
Abby it is to dangerous. Your uncle is going to be held captive in the prison here. I have sent your headmaster a letter saying that the high council and I would go to Hogwarts if there is any trouble. See you in the summer.
I put it in the drawer. The phoenix left and I went to class.
Harry, Ron, and Hermione were out at night today. I went up to the roof looking up at the moon. Some how I feel stronger when the moon is out.
"Hi." I turned around. Helen. She sleeps in the room with Hermione.
"Hi." I said. She sat down next to me.
"I know what you are." She whispered.
"Really?" I said.
"Don't worry. I am one to." She bended the rocks.
"Your an earth bender?" I whispered. She nodded. We talked some more than went to sleep.
The next morning it was time for class. I sat next to Helen. When class was done I talked with Helen.
"Are there any other benders?" I asked her.
"Only an air bender that I know of, but I don't see him very much." She said.
"How many people know that you are a bender?" We walked past the Slytherins. Draco was yelling about no one passes him and his father will hear about this. We ignored him though.
"Only you and the air bender. You?" I counted with my fingers and said.
"Seven, but don't worry they will keep it a secret. . . . I hope."