Instead Jojobird drove me home and I caught Clover just as she was getting ready to head to uni campus to explore. (I know I'm just being petty and territorial when my brain wibbles, "But it's my campus and I want to go around it with you!" I know she's an independent person. Brain, I acknowledge your feelings.)
I got some blissful Kiwi time in Global Cafe (my favourite hippie-fairtrade-intellectual cafe in town) while Clover shopped at the Oracle. Then the two of us hung around here together faffing about and relaxing. She did some organic chemistry, which I can only guess is the opposite of 'relaxing' (and, indeed, of 'faffing').
Omer (crush!girl from a few months back and drop-dead gorgeous art student) came in and caught me by surprise. I'll see her again later when we're all here for the International Women's Day Women's Comedy Night (yes yes yes! :D). I'm excited.
I need to stop being such a cranky-pants crocus. I think my social muscle has been over-extended during this hosting session, which is a bit odd, since I swear it's never been stressed this much before with such short spurts of hosting. Then, I suppose I've never felt this stressed by Life In General either, so that may explain it.
A) Sleepy Dreamtime Kiwi
B) Reality Wakeful Kiwi
C) Intense Thought Introvert Kiwi
D) Loving Smiley Extrovert Kiwi
Four random pictures taken throughout my time at the Global Cafe (the sun came out and I was so shocked because I had forgot about this sun thing; I played games with it and my webcam). I couldn't pick one for a profile picture as I thought they all captured different parts of me, so I brought them altogether and I thought I might as well post it here as well as Facebook. It makes me giggle.
Now it's time for food at Old Orleans! Time for some Southern American (Southern USA) Chicken and an ice cream cocktail. (; Then some funny women! I'm psyched!
"Let no one who loves be unhappy; even love unreturned has its rainbow."
[James M. Barrie]