A rather packed day today! Having woken up for my final morning of the term in Cambridge, I headed rather swiftly for Camden after arriving home to meet up with Lucy (accompanying Lou and her friends) and go on a Hampstead Heath walk, thereby reintroducing my Oyster card to the world with a satisfying flurry of activity. (Incidentally, the guy at Swiss Cottage refused to believe outright that I could now add my Young Person’s Railcard to my Oyster. But I can, and did at Willesden Green. Hurrah!)
It is truly lovely to be home, and I can now relax – ish – and enjoy a five (count ’em!) week holiday which I feel I deserve. You may not, but that’s your call. The final week at Cambridge was a gentle winding-down after I’d finished my final essay. Owen, Oliver and I went to the RAG Comedy Night, and a few days later I spent a memorable evening watching them play ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ with Abi and Sharon. At points I may have slightly ruined the mood by laughing hysterically, but despite the odd feeling of being the non-geek in a room (for once!) it was more engrossing than I had expected. Much more engrossing than I had expected! Finally, on the last night Oliver and Abi stayed over in my room playing Connect 4, Jenga-or-some-identical-equivalent, cards and arm wrestling.
This has been very poorly written, and for that I apologise. But I’m tired and need a rest