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I'm back, baby.
Yes, you heard me. I've decided, after a while living in other places, that it is time for me to Come Home. I miss you guys, and have realised that you were [and still are] the friendliest and most considerate people on the internet, and that my e-heart will always belong here.
It's going to take a long time I imagine for me to dive in and find my footing. If anyone has any helpful links please share them with me It is likely that I'll get in touch with the Powers That Be sometime soon and try and get myself properly re-oriented as an ACE, since I imagine a lot has changed since I was last showing people around the site.
As for an update from me, I guess it looks a bit like this:
I'm about to enter my third year at Warwick University, and I have been loving it so far. I'm the president of the philosophy society, which means I get to pretend I know how to organise things, and come up with fun ideas for activities. I have just moved into a house with my boyfriend, who I have been dating for nearly two years. He's a phD student on my degree course, so initially that was a bit of a scandal! He is a lovely guy, and I have obviously been very lucky there. My mum recently had a baby with my Stepdad - I named her Ivy - and this means I am now no longer an only child, which is great! It's been a big change in my life, and although she is only three months old I love her very much. I've also finally remembered to register as an organ donor, which was quite silly of me. If some of you are on xkcd forums I should be pretty easy to find there since I have this username!
Anyway, the people who still remain, please let me know what's going on with you, and what's been going on around the site! I'm dying to find out how everyone is!
With love and regards,
*resists the urge to just post 'sod off', as a direct refernce to 'how friendly we all are'
've spent the past two years training to become an astranaught, and I've just returned from China where I won two gold medals in synchronised swimming.... or maybe not actually err what have I done..... err... got a job bought far too many more guitars and.... err haven't done most of the thigns I planned to do
Why, had you done so I'd have buggered right off again!
Wow, a job is a scary thing, but I must say, I'm impressed by the two gold medals. You must be England's only hope by now I got a silver myself, but it was in Archery, so nobody cared.
Ahh, you were involved in the archury, I think I've one of your arrows, it accidentially got loosed towards the syncronised swimming pool... Mind I'm still sorried I'll fail on the drugs test, maybe just a touch too much testosterone in my blood, especially seeing as How I entered the womens event
Well as scary as the job thing is, at least it ment I did actually have the money for all my recent guitar and musical purchases off EBay recently, I'm kinda single handily trying to help the UK economy revoer from the rredit crunch thing
...leopard never looses its spots!
...a (knowledge) hungry animal always home to eat!
Phel* - thankyou, it is certainly good to see you again!
2Legs - The thought of you swimming in a dress is an entertaining one. I do hope all the guitars are serving you well!
good to see you
Feel free to use the links on my page and I'm sure there are others that will allow you permission to use their links. I'm no longer an ACE so don't have those links on my PS.
Glad to hear that you are enjoying yourself and all is well. I my time at University and was in charge of an arts club for children from disadvantaged families. I still volunteer when I can and will try to continue doing so. I met my bf at Uni and we are still together but living apart is killing me.
welcome back mate
Thanks Rev Be nice to keep proper tabs on your antics again
Hi Opti, it's great to hear from you again Thanks a heap for letting me take some of the links, I will be looking over them later. Long distance relationships can be difficult Me and my boyfriend live at opposite ends of the country when not in term time, and I know that can really be straining [though he always seems too occupied to notice ]
oh twas nothing. That must be frustrating that he doesn't notice.
You get used to it. I guess it's better than moping
I wouldn't I like to be attached by bungee cord to mine.