Look of the day: Jordan's jumper & the shorts I'm in love with, alongside odd facial expression and large bags under eyes.
Jordan is probably one of the most sound people I know. We were close (...) when I met Chris, but he wasn't in the right place mentally and I have no doubt that we would've ruined the friendship if we'd gone there. But that's another story. Chris messaged me yesterday. That was weird. I had a brief moment of "maybe I could talk to him again" before reading the penultimate message he sent me last semester and promptly changed my mind. What he said still hurts me.... So not worth it.. And that's that, really. I'm surprised the thought even crossed my mind; it was probably just because my friends are all friends with him now.
Anyway, I spent yesterday chilling around, wearing the above, oh so sexy outfit, and packing. It was actually pretty good - Patrick and Amy came round for a while. I've spent too much time with Amy. I'm not interested enough in what other people do and how it affects Amy to really be good conversation with her, if I'm honest. But yano, I get my break again now, so all I have to do is not overdo it next time. I don't think I'll be staying that long in September, I'm not interested enough.
I got a brilliant drunk call from Dai last night claiming how much he misses me, which would've been even more amusing if I'd been able to stay awake properly, ahah.
Today, we were up at 5.30 and I made tea. We left at 5.55 for the train, in a taxi, and got to the station in good time for the train. At the airport, I checked my bag then got worried because I didn't think I'd be able to manage it on my own. I need to make sure that my bag isn't too heavy on the way back, because it was on the way there: we had to take stuff out and put it into Mum's hand baggage. Damn inaccurate bathroom scales :/
The take off was one of the most unpleasant I've ever sat through. I don't usually get nervous, but the plane was rocking on the ground because of the strong winds, so in the air it was horrendous. Luckily, once we were above the clouds the wind was fine and I fell asleep relatively promptly, after a few pages of The Woman in White. (I maintain: damn good book.)
We met Nana and Norman at the airport departures and ran some errands and whatnot before coming back to their house.
And now, it's time for sausages.