Monday, 12 May 2014

The First Days of Freedom

These first few days of being work free have been beautiful! Well, not weather wise, it hasn't stopped raining. But I just love the feeling of being able to do something without the sensible side of my head telling me to get my work done.

We have scrabble magnets on our fridge and me and my flatmates have taken to leaving messages on there. On Thursday, I had to laugh at what I was greeted with when I found my 'Good Luck in Exams' message had been changed. Looks like my flatmates are in the same boat as me and haven't got a clue what their post-uni plans are!

On Friday we had a big night out at the students union where all third year students got in for free. It was nice to see everyone out, relaxed and celebrating our achievements of the last three years. I love this picture of me and my best friend Jazz- the top one is from our first year and the bottom one is from Friday night. Oh how we've grown!
She also came round to my flat on Saturday night to watch Eurovision together. Many laughs were shared and many memories were made.



Obviously time well spent, finally completing the game '2048'. Lots of patience and practice were needed!

Saturday morning was spent playing a charity touch rugby tournament whilst mildly hungover in the rain. I've always known that I have a competitive side, but I never realised that I was that competitive! The number of people I managed to knock over surprised me (I'll blame it on the rain making the grass slippy) and I may have actually caused an injury. Whoops. Anyways, our team lost all the games but walked away without injury, I struggled to move without pain yesterday and lots of money was raised for charity. I'll call that a success. (btw, how do abs get sore from playing rugby?)

I spent yesterday afternoon at the students union watching the final day of the Premiership season. As a Manchester United fan, I wasn't overly interested in the results (whatever happened, it was their worst season in my lifetime) but went there because there was nothing else better to do and it's always a fun atmosphere there. They played the Manchester City match on the big screen, so my friends took their laptops and got the Liverpool and Chelsea matches on there, while my iPad had the live scores coming up from the BBC Sport website. Talk about dedication!

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