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Welcome to Charming, the year is now 1891. It’s time to join us and immerse yourself in scandal and drama interlaced with magic both light and dark.

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As clocks and other timepieces were expensive, working class folk who could not afford to rise with the sun could employ a “knocker-upper” to tap on their windowpane at a scheduled time. Knocker-uppers would work through the night and into the early morning. — Kayte
But then Miss Dempsey paid her so great a compliment that she wanted to hurl herself over the edge of the theater balcony in delight.
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[post]As the only daughter, the standards always felt high to be a proper young lady. Her brothers seemed to at least have some more freedom. Not that Cecilia actively objected to this, it was all she...
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I've got one, two (three if you count the cover post), three, and five posts makes eleven (or twelve) posts for Cecilia in June. One of those thread is Cecilia's WW themed posts. And the The B-Day s...
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1891, May 31Dear Diary,There were so many people at my coming out. So many men! Did any of them like me? What if several of them like me? How could I possibly choose between all of these possible sui...
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1891, May 29Dear Diary,Frida looked especially darling this evening. As head girl, it was certainly suiting. I wish I could hold that sort of confidence. Should I be less of a wall flower, would I ha...
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Code: -- DATEDear Diary,TEXT From, Miss Cecilia Bulstrode --
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[post]Thankfully this wasn't a day-to-day occurrence. Something had occurred between the two of them recently, she was sure. Although, who knew how they acted when she was off to school. Was this her ...
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[post]If one were to suggest that she had come out unchaperoned, she might have fainted at the thought. No, she had come with her brothers for the day. At the mention of being alone, her eyes widened ...
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[post]Not one to readily admit that she was one to study Witch Weekly in the last year or two, she would likely blame a business venture of one of the Bulstrode men for her quick knowledge of who he w...
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[post]It was as though her efforts and learning would count for nothing towards her success as a debutante. Had her nerves truly been so obvious during the coming out ball at Hogwarts? Or worse, her o...
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[premise]June 7, 1891 - Local London Park[/premise] [post]Cecilia has just sat down and decided to read a copy of the latest Witch Weekly as a break from her stroll through the park. Heavily featuring...
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You can't remark upon what you don't know! Are YOU attending the Cecilia Bulstrode's Coming Out Ball on May 31st? Feel free to drop thread links here for the perusal of other guests! Be sure to sta...
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Cecilia Bulstrode, daughter of Mr. Myron and the late Mrs. Zoe Bulstrode, of London, and likely has several connections to much of PB magical Britain, but nothing fancy in immediate family.
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[post]UCPB | REP 7+ | BALL What: Cecilia Bulstrode's Coming Out Ball Who: Cecilia's aunt shall be hosting. The party itself is intended for those that are deemed socially suitable for Cecilia to inter...
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[post]@'Cecilia Bulstrode' 17 | Gryffindor, Class of '91 | UCPB | Rep 10 Debutante Cecilia presents herself as friendly - though is privately a rather anxious individual. What They're Looking Fo...
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In-Character Full Name: Cecilia Theresa Bulstrode Nicknames: Birthdate: July 23, 1873 Current Age: 17 Occupation: Seventh Year Reputation: 10 Her family has no known scandal or oddities. Residence: ...
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