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December 29, 2005

Cravings, Christmas and Cosiness


I've just been sitting here realising that I'm missing campus, not the buildings but being able to walk around and bump into people for a random chat. I've even succumbed to the evils of MSN to have a chat to people [currently talking to Thor, Matt, and Jess]

Obviously I'm craving Rev too, but virtual Re[ve]lationships still exist in the land of National Rev

Oh, and before I get a complaint, I'm missing housemate Thor too!


As everyone seems to be asking me – I went to Rich's for Christmas and had a relaxing time reading books, sleeping and eating. I just discussed with Matt that I may be oversleeping (11 hours a night), but I think I shall call it hiberating, so I'm ready for next term. I returned to Coventry on Tuesday (after a 6 hour drive up from London) and I am waiting for the opportunity to build another snowman


Not knowing what I wanted for Christmas I told Rich that I would like anything that would make me cosy. Rich did extremely well and bought me a sheep teapot (for those who know me it will make a lot of sense). It's cute and has a 'tea for ewe', it's also the exact size for two mugs of tea! Here's a photo of it:

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