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

Last night I went out to dinner with a few friends from uni, and then went bowling afterwards. It was fun, and it reminded me of times when I would go bowling with friends back home - funny how some things don't change, even across state borders. Dorky things are fun, and it's nice to have found friends at uni where I can just let go and not try to impress. It's too bad Beck's moving back to Toowoomba next year, but never fear! - now that i've discovered the joys of long drives up the coast, no doubt I'll be visiting her regularly next year. And I still have Kelly and Sarah here, and it's only been a few months since I moved up here. Next year holds many possibilities, and I need to keep that in mind when I go back to Adelaide [5 days, 5 days].

I need to eat something and then I need to study. Or else I won't have time to talk to my boyfriend tonight. Boyfriend. Heh. I'm still trying to get used to the idea, but I guess it won't really become a reality until I'm back in Adelaide with him anyway. Meanwhile, I need to wake up, figure out why Monsters Inc isn't playing on my computer after 4 days worth of downloading, and finish writing out essays describing "the sonic narrative" and "rock & roll as a metaphor for the voice of a generation". Oh the joy!

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