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Hit the Ground Running
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June 5th, 1889 — Diagon Alley
It had taken several near death experiences to finally bring her to this point but it seemed she had at last decided to get her act together. Granted she had underhandedly obtained a new wand for herself to get around her husband holding hers hostage still. As far as she could tell Tiberius was unaware of her having access to a wand and she intended to keep it that way, at least until she had her proper wand back. The sneaking around aspect made going along with Tiberius' wishes somewhat tolerable. She'd do enough to get her wand back and then some, just to prove she could. She would make her triumphant return to society and before long she intended to have her husband regretting it by dragging him into it with her.

Her first chance to act on her plans presented itself just as she had finished a fitting at the House of Lytton. [Socialite's name] was finishing up her business when Tig seized an opportunity. While no one was looking she summoned the lady's parasol from across the room, shrunk it, and hid it in her pocket. Not long after, she was walking swiftly after the lady with the full sized parasol in her fist. "Excuse me," Tig closed the remaining distance between them with a slight trot, "I believe you left this at Lytton's!"

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