scarlet's walk (kisstheviolets) wrote,
scarlet's walk

I found out this afternoon that my favourite manager at work back in Adelaide just quit. I'm really sad about that, actually. I was really looking forward to seeing him again when I called in at work on Thursday, but I guess it just goes to show how much things can change.
Wednesday suddenly feels so far away. 72 hours.

This Creative Industries "take-home exam" is really doing my head in. Perhaps its because I'm so tired and it's been so warm today, but my concentration is really hitting a low at the moment. Damn, and I thought this one would be easy too.

We went shopping this afternoon and brought food - its exciting to have a fully stocked fridge and cupboards again. Someone said that it's the things you take for granted at home you'd really notice when you moved out, and they were right. However, its a small price to pay for independence, and in all honesty, I truly do love being up here. I just hate the times when I seem to get sad, but not know any substantial reasons for being so. There's always something lingering in my mind, but maybe I'm just being overdramatic again. I really need to stop making a big deal out of nothing, because it's getting old.

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