20. Quidditch in wind and weather
Faster than I expected, it was Friday; the day of the Match. During lunch, I was reading a book while James and Sirius were talking. "What happens if you put a werewolf on the moon?" asked James. I raised my eyebrow but I decided to ignore this conversation. It's just one of their many ridiculous conversations. "He'll explode and die because there's no oxygen on the moon ofcourse." Answered Sirius; Peter laughed. "I never said I'd send him up without a suit, you absolute monster!" Said James; he acted like he disgusted Sirius. They started to laugh. I couldn't hold myself anumore and laughed as well. Everybody faded from a loud thunder. I looked up. Since the ceiling is bewitched - it looks like the sky - I could see the dark clouds packing together. Raindrops fell, but stopped halfway in the Big Hall. There were also a fiew lightenings. "You got to be kidding me!" exclaimed Sirius. "Good luck seeing something in that weather." I said laughing. "Very funny, Remus. Very funny." replied James. Peter and I followed the crowd to the rostrum. Peter walked right next to me, yet I only could see a black contour. A flag of one of the houses flew into Peter's face. he struggled with it so I helped him. At last, we found our seats; Arthur sat down next to me.
"Alright, guys. This game is going to be incredibly hard to win. Not only because Ravenclaw's new seeker is very good, but also because of the weather." Speeched Hamblin in the dressroom. "We could use the spell 'Impervius' on our glasses." Said Louis, he's also a Chaser. We used the spell on our glasses and went to the Field. Luckily, they were so clever enough to put on the spots so we could see eachtoher. Because of the spell on our glasses, the rain didn't block our view. If I didn't just have lunch, I'd think it's night. It's so dark outside. After madame Hooch released the Snitch, the game begun. I caught the Quaffle and passed it to Louis. I raced to the goals and Louis passed me the Quaffle; I scored. The supporters of Gryffindor cheered, but I barely heard it because of the wind. A Bludger flew in my direction, but I moved my head in time. Sirius flew a fiew metres away from me. "SIRIUS! KEEP AN EYE ON THE BLUDGER, WILL YE!" I had to scream to make myself audible. "SORRY!" He yelled back. I saw one of Ravenclaw's Chasers had the Quaffle, so I raised after him. But unfrotunately, I was too late. Luckily, our Keeper could catch the Quaffle. An hour has passed, yet only Gryffindor scored once. Madame Hooch whistled, so the game's finished. I tried to see who caught the Snitch. Jane was standing there - soaking wet (like everyone of us) - but with the Snitch in her hands. Ravenclaw won.