College Experience so far.
Meh, it could be better. Too many excited people, but other than that, it’s acceptable. And Sierra, if you call me one more time while I’m in class, I’m just going to leave my phone in my dormitory all day. :I
Je vais dormir maintenant. Bon nuit.
So, I started college since approximately three weeks ago. I attend one of the top Ivy League colleges in the world. My vacationing is far from over, visiting over ten countries. Alas, all good things had to come to an end. I am studying various courses to receive a double major.
If you care, go ahead and read my valedictory speech, if you will:
This better be good. PUH-LEEZ! My messages to you are ALWAYS good! Don't you agree? :3
Do you miss me, Noah?! Do ya!? Do ya?!
Sure. I totally miss you. :I
What shows have you been in total?
Noah! Which part/s of Germany have you been/visited? :D
Berlin, Hamburg, Alps (For old times sake), and Munich.
:D Noah! Noaaahhhh!!! It's me! Sierra! OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!!!!! We haven't talked, in, like, FOREVER!! How've you been and don't leave out ANY details!
Save your obnoxious squealing for when I come back in town. I’m in another country. :I
Greetings from Greece!
It’s past 8:30 in the morning here, and I still never had food. It beats Chris by a long shot, though.
In Germany. Yep, you heard me. I’m there. Again. It’s 7:45 AM. I guess it wouldn’t be as nerve-wrecking as the last time I’ve been there with thrown up meat and electrocuting dance pads. Surprisingly calming, if you ask me, and the wi-fi here is free.
lazynoah started following you
“Sup, Captain Sarcasm?” Gwen asked teasingly.
“Captain Sarcasm? Clever,” Noah replied, “What’s up? Oh, nothing but the sky, and some clouds, and maybe a few airplanes, jets, helicopters, and skydivers. But seriously, nothing much is going on. How about you, Gwendolyn?” He smirked, using her full first name.
“Don’t call me that,” Gwen demanded, rolling her eyes. “Well, I found out my asshole of a father as resurfaced from whatever swamp he was inhabiting, and now wants to be in my life again, not that he was in it in the first place.”
Noah raised an eyebrow curiously, “Yeah, that’s bad. Even for me, and I normally have zero chances of caring about any person, place or thing. What’s worse is that he was never in your life until now.” He leaned against a wall, folding his arms as he shrugged, “I don’t know what else I could tell you, but what I can tell you is that your father sounds like a complete and total idiot with enough carelessness to the point where he had never seen his kids until recently.”