Being trapped in a white room with windows or doors
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
Keegan is your typical angsty teenager who desperately yearns for a sense of independence, but truly needs someone to love and care for him. Lucky enough for him, he was born into a family that does. He's definitely the black sheep of the family and tends to go off to his own corner. He doesn't put up with anyone's bull crap and will quickly call people out on it. Unlike the rest of his family, Keegan is a selfish little brat. He thinks his feelings are the only ones that matter and often dismisses his younger sister's neediness in favor of solitute. Although he picks on Margie all the time, he truly would kill anyone who dared hurt her. He's protective from a distance.
Like his father, Keegan can cook extremely well. He truly has a gift for the culinary arts. Really, all arts in general - music, drawing, painting, theatre, dance. And somehow, he managed to adopt the quidditch gift as well. But that's not his passion. He likes it well enough, but he prefers other things due to his rebelious streak.
Some people mistake Keegan for being quiet, but truly he just doesn't want to waste his breath on useless people. Awful mindset, really, but he's a punk. He's not afraid to voice whatever he (and usually everyone else) is thinking - even if it comes off as rude. The sass is strong in this one, and you'll quickly learn it. Ignorant people who talk too much are the bain of his whole existance. And if he doesn't like you, you'll know it. Either from the death glares or him straight out telling you.
Although Keegan has a rough exterior, he's honestly not the worst person in the world. He has a soft spot for animals and a sensitive side that cries at poetry. He'd never admit that to anyone though. Weakness is not something he'll show without a fight. He tends to do kind things for people that go unrecognized, but not out of modesty - he just doesn't want anyone thinking that he actually cares about them. (He really does though - more than he cares to admit)
Nolan Cook was a young quidditch player who had gone through some major struggles in his life. He was one of those guys that everyone wanted to be around, and he lived up to the people's expectations. He had struggled specifically in the romantic department for a while, everyone he got close to always ended up leaving him. Despite his popularity amoung his friends, he could never sustain a solid, healthy romantic relationship. He'd almost decided to give up on his love life completely until he made the life-changing decision to room with a fellow quidditch player Sapphire Allen. The two were merely roommates (oh my god, they were roommates) to begin with. They quickly became close friends and both felt like they finally had someone who could genuinly understand each other. Before Nolan knew it, Sapphire was the most important person in his life and he couldn't imagine living a life without her. That's when he decided to change their temporary roommate status to a forever one. He asked Sapphire to marry him.
And she said yes to the dope, can you believe it? And then something even more miraculous happened! Keegan Edward Cook was born to bless their lives. The little family honestly could not be happier. And then came the mistake named Margie. After Margie was born, Keegan never got his parents attention. The happy family was ruined. Keegan often resorted to pouting in the corner while his parents fawned over his sister. In reality, Nolan and Sapphire loved and cared for Keegan just as much as they did Margie, but Keegan, being the angsty priss he was, refused to see it that way.
Keegan would often bake with his dad - that was something Margie couldn't do, so he was all for it. Truth was, he turned out to be really good. They'd even have small bake sales to support the kids in sports. It was great. Until Margie had to weasle her way into his hobby. Margie had begged for a vanilla cake when Keegan had wanted a chocolate one. Guess who won out... Furiated with the little brat, Keegan set the stupid vanilla cake on fire in the oven - that was his first magical experience and he was only six. But really, what's baking if you don't almost burn the house down?
When Keegan turned eleven, his letter from Hogwarts arrived. It was a way into the world of magic and a way out of the Margie Show. His first year was amazing, but during his second year, Keegan began to slack off. Much to his dismay, he failed the year and was forced to take it again. The failing thing didn't mean as much. What really got to him was that he'd have to put up with Margie for an extra (unecessary) year. And she'd be coming to Hogwarts that upcoming year.
Moving on to his third year after putting up with his second year twice, Keegan is ready to face the world head on. His desire to become his own individual will drive him to accomplish his goals and find his true identity. He just hopes little Margie doesn't get in his way.