Sleepwalking my way through life: I miss Mr Ramsay



I miss Mr Ramsay

Friday post once again.

Becca is here in the library with me, dogging class so she can have an extra hour to do homework and to impress her tutor (Who is also in the library). We are accompanied by a host of wonderful first years, chattering away with their deep and insightful discussions of whether the picture is of a huskie or a wolf, despite the book being called Wolves. Me and Becca, on the other hand, are talking very loudly about emos and penis sizes ("It's like this!" Becca exclaims, holding her arms really far apart). We'll never reach the deep and insightful level that the first years seem to have achieved.

Today has been different. I talked to Laura about pressing issues such as school work, university, up-and-coming prom, friends, the whole Marie affair and so on and so forth until we fell silent and forced ourselves to face the huge amount of Graphics work we still had to do.

If you can't tell, I'm writing really stylised to impress Becca.

I don't think it's working though...

I'm heading into Glasgow tomorrow to have a nice little haircut. I'm long overdue for one, my last haircut being somewhere in the vicinity of December, and I'm just wondering if I should get it cut a different way, or if I should keep it trimmed and thinned. Becca is saying yes to the latter, but I'm not too sure. I could get it dyed a nice shade of red. But then Marie would never speak to me again.

After my haircut I'm hopping on a train and heading to Marie's house for an afternoon of film-watching and pigging out on sweets. It should be a good laugh, and her sister is picking me up from the train station so I don't have to walk for half an hour to her house, so it should be fun all round.

I'm looking at the world with different eyes today. It's strange. It's like I've woken up from a weird trance and I've started to notice things that I've never noticed before. That's what I meant by waking up in my last post, it's like I'm not sleepwalking anymore.

Hmm. It's an interesting development.
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