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Kitty-cat dreams and experimental physics. [Nov. 14th, 2006|06:03 pm]
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Yep. A strange man moved into my house this weekend; a rather small, Danish psychology student who made me dinner last night. *grins* He’s really nice, and already I’ve talked more with him than I did with my previous roommate, whom I lived with for almost a year and a half. The strange thing though, is that lately I’ve had so many very intimate conversations with people. I don’t know if it’s me who encourages this somehow, or if it’s just some weird coincidence. But all across my circle of friends right now, things are moving, changing and readjusting. And I like it surprisingly well.

On the more sad side of things however, this odd fluidity of the world also means that two of my friends will leave me. *waves* One of them, my best and closest friend up here, is moving to Italy and the other, who lives pretty much right next door, is going to England. I do see the positive aspects of the situation; like that I can visit them next semester in new and exiting places. But I fear really, that I’ll be a little lonely when I’m two friends short of what’s usual. But what scares me the most is the possible clinginess this can produce in me, towards others I know. *bites lip* Like the guy. I went for a walk with him in the dark yesterday and this, along with the fact that we met a very cute little cat in the forest, inspired me to have a rather worrying dream. I was a small black cat with a white little nose-tip, that followed him home from school and lay purring, half-asleep, in his lap.

That has to be bad! *shakes head* From a psychological standpoint. But never mind. Tonight I have to sit down and choose which classes I shall attend next semester. I think I want to focus rather heavily on laboratory classes and applied physics, because the more I learn, the more I appreciate the really neat experimental part of the physics. I even like writing lab reports. *laughs* Which is good, since that’s what the rest of the week will be filled brimful with. However, my mother is coming to visit me the coming weekend, and this I look forward to very much. She will buy me pretty clothes, and as she loves shopping, it will be good for the both of us. *rubs hands*
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[User Picture]From: talics
2006-11-16 07:34 am (UTC)
OH no, this new roommate is not the boy toy, but rather just a random man who the student org. decided should come live next door to me. And I was just starting to enjoy the solitary neighbourless life... Luckily, as I said, he's very nice though and we get along quite splendidly so far. Thankfully.

Otherwise, concerning lab work. I love that too. *eg*
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