Margie got the best qualities of both of her parents - she's helpful, considerate, talented, and full of curiosity. However, she also inherited their extremely competitive nature as well. She may be kind and curteous in general, but as soon as she hits that field, she's a monster. Margie storms through the world bright-eyed and curious. She's not one to shy away from a challange, and she always sees the good in people even if they don't see it themselves.
Despite her tendency to have considereration towards others, Margie can be very oblivious to people and their underlying feelings or intentions. Some think she's dumb because of that, but she truly has a brilliant mind. Hers is simply wired differently than everyone else's. Ever forgetful, Margie will constantly be late to events and struggle to keep up with dates. She truly tries to be attentive, but it's just hard for her.
Like her parents, she was gifted with a talent for quidditch. On the broom, Margie is a queen. She might as well have come out of the womb with a quaffle. As amazing as she is in quidditch, Margie is a terror in the kitchen. She once messed up box brownies. How does someone even accomplish that? She certainly did not get the cooking talent from Nolan.
Always a dreamer, Margie is dettered by nothing and no one. She tends to look on the bright side of things and doesn't let people ruin her good vibes. However, if one does manage to get on her bad side, she is relentless. The sassy looks, snarky remarks, and defiant attitude are all reserved for anyone who dares make an enemy of her. It doesn't happen very often, but only because she's so nice.
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.
Obviously, she said yes - otherwise, there would be no point to this history, now would there? After marriage, a baby came. Or a demon. However you want to put him. Itty Bitty Keegan was born (or spawned), and Nolan and Sapphire were beyond excited. Now for the real important part - two years down the road, the couple had their golden child, Margie Elissa Cook. Obviously, they stopped at perfection. Growing up, Nolan and Saph were both anxiously engaged in their children's lives. They played ball with them, attended all their school events, and taught them how to do a variety of hobbies. Unlike their parents' childhoods full of death or bullying, Keegan and Margie had a extremely happy youth. Though the two siblings were vastly different in personality and interests, they always looked out for one another. Keegan was the typical older brother who would get annoyed of his young, doting sister and Margie was the classic little sister that just wanted to do everything her older brother did.
When Margie turned eight years old, she had her first magical encounter. Keegan had been particularly troublesome that day, and had placed their quaffle up on a shelf Margie couldn't reach. Frustrated with his antics, Margie threw a fit that sent the quaffle flying towards her brother's head. She couldn't stop laughed at the huge welt it made on his forehead - serves him right! The next year, Keegan left for Hogwarts and Margie was terribly saddened. Though her brother may not have wanted her around, she sure wanted him around. The following two years, Margie spent in anticipation for school. She was so excited to attend Hogwarts with her brother. Keegan, on the other hand, wasn't overly thrilled.
Finally at Hogwarts, Margie was able to flourish. She was excited for the whole world of magic ahead of her and all the friends that she'd make along the way. Her only hope was that she'd make the quidditch team. That would ensure her a whole team of friends and a whole world of possibilities for her future. What more could a girl ask for?