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    Taboo no this is How Was Your Day 7 or something.

    Unless we rebooted the franchise and this is The Amazing How Was Your Day Thread 2.

    Or something.

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    I've gotten in touch with the folks in the next town over, and it doesn't seem to be impossible to potentially set up an apprenticeship once i move there. They want me to come in for a meeting and talk things over, and consider potential employers who would consider taking in an apprentice.

    I'm so fucking stoked! Fuck all the practical problems that still lie in my way, i'll just have to power through them.

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    I work in a poetry library (in cause you dont know, a poetry library is library only for poetry media), both the users and my coworkers said Im doing a great job. But, Im not a big fan of poetry and I think Im not doing my 100% at that place. There is a RPG library close to my house and I want to feel this new experience. The main problem is that I dont want to leave the poetry library, the people there are great.

    Yes, just that.

    I guess I can dance in this weekend, Im still sick, but a lot better.
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    Today i'm feeling much better and maybe i will go out....although Netflix keeps tugging my shirt so i can binge-watch Orange is the New Black.

    Decisions, decisions b:
    Working thru some stuff. Dunno how long i will be here.

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    Yesterday I actually got called in for work for a midshift....someone had called out. It was a manageable day, despite it just being me and someone else for 98% of the shift. Got a little busy towards the end, but the closing people had came in, so it's all good.

    also two fun revelations:

    1) after not making a pizza for months, my pepproni comes out very wonky and oversaturated with sauce.
    2) a manager and a co-worker both have Mario Kart 8?! Cool.

    Today my mother and I went to the cemetery, considering my late grandmother's birthday (the one who passed last fall) was Wednesday. I haven't been to see her or my grandfather in a while and....well, had a nice little graveside chat. Broke down a little, but I'm fine now.

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    And of fucking course i get caught in the rain when i return home and of fucking course my sister, that came to eat with me, didn't bring a jacket so i had to giver here mine so of motherfuckin course i will get sick again :(
    Working thru some stuff. Dunno how long i will be here.

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    Finally, I could talk a little with my love about things. Turns out he feels similarly. I can't tell you how happy that makes me feel! I just want to hug and kiss him so much~~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nolus View Post
    Finally, I could talk a little with my love about things. Turns out he feels similarly. I can't tell you how happy that makes me feel! I just want to hug and kiss him so much~~
    Hehe, awwww, so cute~

    I hope this guy realizes how extraordinary lucky he is.
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    Went to the American embassy a couple of days ago for my student visa interview. I don't think I've ever been so nervous before in my entire life. It didn't help that it took me 8 hours by bus just to get there.

    But honestly, it all went better than I expected. There weren't even a sort of interview which I thought, I just had to pass through security then hand over some papers and then I was pretty much done.

    The only problem now is that I can only enter the country with a student visa 30 days before school starts. So I can travel to the US on July 17th. Which freaking sucks since I was planning on heading over any day now. I miss my boyfriend :/


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    Spent so long with the commute and with the moth infestation and with the stresses and it's all not been the fun.

    Yesterday I had no lift into work from the local station several miles away so I thought I'd walk it. Having barely survived Death Chicane last time (a series of fast bends on the road where the sides turn into steep loose cuttings with no pavement, I had to literally jump into the vegetation to avoid getting running over last time) I thought I'd try the footpath marked on OS maps. It was fine for the first quarter mile, then I got closely overtaken by a tractor which almost hit me with its tractory appendages. It got worse from there, as I crossed a field littered with cow pats, then a field with long grass up to my waist (A Wild Pidgey Appeared!) and then the path turned into a muddy stream that sucked my shoes (and they weren't boots) off my feet leaving me with dubious mud up to my ankles. Then came the ancient woodland where the footpath branched and, tired already, I picked the wrong branches and got lost in a forest maze only to come across more mud. I burst out of the woods into a country park surprising two dog walkers who had not expected a small muddy coffee-clutching girl emerge from thick woodland and ask if they knew the way to the nearest town.

    This whole time I was carrying a soy hazelnut latte from the mainline station coffee shop I'd stopped at earlier, which by the time I reached the office, I felt I should throw into Mt Doom to save the world from a dark lord for it was clearly the important burden of the epic quest.

    But my shoes weren't good. I spent ages washing them in the workplace loos, but today decided to wear a spare pair of boots I had kicking around instead. Big mistake - the right one was too tight in just the wrong place and gave me such a horrendous blister by the end of the day that I took it off and wore the boot on my hand as I walked semi-barefoot through a town made up largely of brightly-coloured block buildings. These buildings were of the town I'm going to move to in two months to finally end my four-hours-a-day-commuting. In fact, I'd barely spend an hour a day on the commute from this new place. Looked at a flat there and it seems to meet my criteria - even if it's not perfect, it's a good average.

    As for the boot situation? I picked up some cat-slippers from a supermarket in the town centre and wore them the whole way home via my usual route. Cat slippers felt like a suitable way to end a rather hectic stressful week. As is this gin I now have. It tastes of I Need A Holiday.



    Quote Originally Posted by Nolus View Post
    Finally, I could talk a little with my love about things. Turns out he feels similarly. I can't tell you how happy that makes me feel! I just want to hug and kiss him so much~~
    Yay, that's a relief!
    moooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooon

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    Well, my father is going on bussiness trip again next week. Like the last time i have to come to my parent's house and stay here and bring my mother to work and then go to my home again to work and then go back to my mother to work and bring her to their house (this time add my sister that has an internship or something like that) and i just hope i don't have a breakdown as bad as the last time i had. It was pretty bad and i don't wan't that again.


    And Netflix won't load Orange is the new black. This day keeps getting better yay! :/

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    Spent so long with the commute and with the moth infestation and with the stresses and it's all not been the fun.
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    Yesterday I had no lift into work from the local station several miles away so I thought I'd walk it. Having barely survived Death Chicane last time (a series of fast bends on the road where the sides turn into steep loose cuttings with no pavement, I had to literally jump into the vegetation to avoid getting running over last time) I thought I'd try the footpath marked on OS maps. It was fine for the first quarter mile, then I got closely overtaken by a tractor which almost hit me with its tractory appendages. It got worse from there, as I crossed a field littered with cow pats, then a field with long grass up to my waist (A Wild Pidgey Appeared!) and then the path turned into a muddy stream that sucked my shoes (and they weren't boots) off my feet leaving me with dubious mud up to my ankles. Then came the ancient woodland where the footpath branched and, tired already, I picked the wrong branches and got lost in a forest maze only to come across more mud. I burst out of the woods into a country park surprising two dog walkers who had not expected a small muddy coffee-clutching girl emerge from thick woodland and ask if they knew the way to the nearest town.

    This whole time I was carrying a soy hazelnut latte from the mainline station coffee shop I'd stopped at earlier, which by the time I reached the office, I felt I should throw into Mt Doom to save the world from a dark lord for it was clearly the important burden of the epic quest.

    But my shoes weren't good. I spent ages washing them in the workplace loos, but today decided to wear a spare pair of boots I had kicking around instead. Big mistake - the right one was too tight in just the wrong place and gave me such a horrendous blister by the end of the day that I took it off and wore the boot on my hand as I walked semi-barefoot through a town made up largely of brightly-coloured block buildings. These buildings were of the town I'm going to move to in two months to finally end my four-hours-a-day-commuting. In fact, I'd barely spend an hour a day on the commute from this new place. Looked at a flat there and it seems to meet my criteria - even if it's not perfect, it's a good average.

    As for the boot situation? I picked up some cat-slippers from a supermarket in the town centre and wore them the whole way home via my usual route. Cat slippers felt like a suitable way to end a rather hectic stressful week. As is this gin I now have. It tastes of I Need A Holiday.



    We should hope on a time Machine and go beat up Henry David Thoreau. I don't know why but i got the idea reading your post. Hope you're feeling a bit better :3
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    Today I graduated from high school as a covaledictorian, and had a very nice graduation party with my family and friends tonight. So yeah, today was pretty fantastic.

    On another note, I still can't really believe I'm going to college in the fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Truth View Post
    Today I graduated from high school as a covaledictorian, and had a very nice graduation party with my family and friends tonight. So yeah, today was pretty fantastic.

    On another note, I still can't really believe I'm going to college in the fall.
    Congratulations !!! This is a very important part of your life, enjoy this moment at the fullest !! And also, college
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Truth View Post
    Today I graduated from high school as a covaledictorian, and had a very nice graduation party with my family and friends tonight. So yeah, today was pretty fantastic.

    On another note, I still can't really believe I'm going to college in the fall.
    congrats!!! That's so awesome! Hope college is good too :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagiciteKefka View Post
    Went to the American embassy a couple of days ago for my student visa interview. I don't think I've ever been so nervous before in my entire life. It didn't help that it took me 8 hours by bus just to get there.

    But honestly, it all went better than I expected. There weren't even a sort of interview which I thought, I just had to pass through security then hand over some papers and then I was pretty much done.

    The only problem now is that I can only enter the country with a student visa 30 days before school starts. So I can travel to the US on July 17th. Which freaking sucks since I was planning on heading over any day now. I miss my boyfriend :/
    That's so cool and great that you're actually going to the US. Myself I initially considered studying abroad (in Europe) but the process and everything seemed so difficult and expensive in every way (plus I wasn't sure what I really wanted) that I just settled for the best thing I could find in my own country. Can't imagine what it's been like to apply to school and visa for the US for real. Best of luck, I hope it's all worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mastello View Post
    That's so cool and great that you're actually going to the US. Myself I initially considered studying abroad (in Europe) but the process and everything seemed so difficult and expensive in every way (plus I wasn't sure what I really wanted) that I just settled for the best thing I could find in my own country. Can't imagine what it's been like to apply to school and visa for the US for real. Best of luck, I hope it's all worth it.
    It's incredibly expensive, and it's taken me a couple of months now. At least I'm done with all the applications and such, which feels awesome. It's just this last waiting that's pretty damn awful.

    I'd say it's always worth it to travel around, especially for school. Seeing different parts of the world have always been a goal of mine, since I never really traveled when I was a kid.


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    I was pretty busy yesterday. First I had to go get my ID renewed, then I had to show up for work an hour and 22 minutes late and worked like crazy, then finally I had to do some serious grocery shopping to have enough for the week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MagiciteKefka View Post
    Went to the American embassy a couple of days ago for my student visa interview. I don't think I've ever been so nervous before in my entire life. It didn't help that it took me 8 hours by bus just to get there.

    But honestly, it all went better than I expected. There weren't even a sort of interview which I thought, I just had to pass through security then hand over some papers and then I was pretty much done.

    The only problem now is that I can only enter the country with a student visa 30 days before school starts. So I can travel to the US on July 17th. Which freaking sucks since I was planning on heading over any day now. I miss my boyfriend :/
    God, I'm so jealous. I totally wanna study in the US :(. Was it difficult to apply?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timbo View Post
    God, I'm so jealous. I totally wanna study in the US :(. Was it difficult to apply?
    The application for the school actually went fairly smoothly. I just sent in an application along with financial proof, and I got accepted. To be fair, it's at a community college, not a university. The hard part is getting the visa and all the things you need in order to get that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MagiciteKefka View Post
    The application for the school actually went fairly smoothly. I just sent in an application along with financial proof, and I got accepted. To be fair, it's at a community college, not a university. The hard part is getting the visa and all the things you need in order to get that.
    Cool, cause I had a really hard time understanding any of that and nobody helped me with anything. So where in the US are you going?

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