Behind the chai screen

The pantry has been restocked with some chai teabags (by far the most convienient way of making it) it’s a welcome change from the plain old plain stuff or even the miraculous workings of an instant coffee.

So behind the screen of this ever faithful computer (we’ll forget the time the stupid thing died) and with a very good chai – I’m about to get another. I am talking psycho-analysis with a near stranger, well not quite and it’s procuring some interesting/insightful results.

Moved into discussing facial psychology… facinating. I’ve been told I can shave my head and get away with it (oh yes facial structure or something weird) No I don’t want to do this. And some weird association of me with Natalie Portman which made me roar with laughter (in my head) – I know at least someone will get that reference. Suitable psydonymn afterall… of all things 😛

Monday is looming as this horror day/night for homework but I figure as it is still just Saturday I wont worry about it just yet. I did spend the morning on homework, I managed to produce some stuff for our group assignment but I was fairly uninspired.

I had to pick Laura up from work – Mum told me she finished by 2pm, I got there by about 2:30 and she let me know that she was working until 3pm. As the lovely twinage works at a fairly interesting store I had a look around. I’ve been meaning to get myself a decent sleeping-bag but as they have a big winter sale next week I decided to delay. Those on sale (I’d like one at least -5) were all XL… and well I’m no giant so I think the extra space – however nice would be only convienient for letting more cold air in. So I go over to where she is working in the shoes… very bad move. I’ve been after some shoes for a while now. I walk really heavily or something and so I have minimal options when it comes to getting runners (which being the boring, I pretend I don’t care too much about fashion person that I am, means runners get a lot of use). So that leaves me with roughly two options of ‘wear lots shoes’ – simply they have to have a really decent sole. Skate shoes, or proper hiking or there abouts shoes, or spend $300 on something which goes against the stingy dutchness.

I caved and ended up spending $100 on a pair I found and liked. Maybe not the worlds most fashionable, but they’re comfortable and neutralish and should (better) last. Laura got me a discount anyway! I didn’t get a sleeping bag.

Had afternoon tea with a male friend, which I deliniate thus because I was expecting certain members of my family to make stupid annoying comments – as they have in the past when I have done things with male friends. It would be nice if they could see past the whole ‘male’ factor and find friend there. Anyway I was pleasantly surprised that they didn’t. I had a good time regardless. The whole ‘family thing’ gets on my nerves A LOT when it ever happens to come up. Certain people (coughmumcough) can be silly about things.

And I should really go to bed…

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