Sunday, 8 November 2009

Hello, faithful readers.

Miss me?

I'll pretend you said yes, and continue on with this. Otherwise, well, just stop reading. Okay. Stop.


Okay. Good. Now that they're gone, let's get on with it.

I'm honestly not sure what to talk about as I can't remember what my last was on, so I'll just ramble and hopefully entertain some of you.

(If I don't, feel free to not tell me. I won't mind. Honest.)

My life has been somewhat dominated by Uni, lately. I started. I'm not sure I like it entirely yet, but it's early days. Theatre Studies is predictably full of pompously pretentious people, but I feel like I'm beginning to find people I can get along with, which is a good thing. A really good thing.

I instituted a new feature in essay/presentations, in which I get people to give me random words to put it. I did well, managed to get them all in with the first round of essays. The hardest one was from a friend of mine who gave me "Hammock". In a Theatre Studies essay. Not to be bested by her, I did it. I've yet to gloat to her face, but I did gloat-text her. Which will do for now.

I don't want this to become one of those things, but I just watched "Stand By Me". Made me think about the fact that this, right here and now, is generally the time where friends begin to shift and change and you lose touch with people. And I'm trying desperately not to have that happen.

There endeth serious real life talk. I promise.

Anyway, it's late. I've rambled enough. And I'll try and do this more often.

Until then, Au revoir, Faithful Readers.


  1. Race said...

    Serious real life talk. It can be good. It can be very bad.

    In this case... okay, Race stops talking now.

    Oh, one thing! I'm totally hoping to actually MEET people in these uni years. :D

  2. David said...

    Indeed, but I prefer it be in not such a forum as this =P

    I'm meeting people, but I don't want to lose the people I have. They're better than the ones I'm meeting (though, some of them are lovely that I'm meeting) =P.