December 04, 2004

End of Term

Who would have thought that 10 weeks could pass so quickly? It is amazing how much has happened in a relatively short space of time.

Some really strong friendships have been made; Fresher's, like myself, have finally started a university course; and amongst the socialising, some work has actually managed to be done!!

So, what is the holiday going to be like? It has got to the stage when people are glad to go home, not because they are sick of uni, but it is a comfortable time to depart. So, those of us who return home will probably try and find out what their other friends have been up to, and recall what their experiences of term 1 of 2004/2005 were like.

One of the weirdist things is how all my new friends may only be 10 weeks old, but they all seem to have been mates for absolutely ages! It will be weird talking about good friends from university, and then realise that none of your "old" mates know them.

Well, all that is left is to say goodbye to Warwick for this term. It has been fun, and not too much work (yet! wait for next term). Lets hope all of us are still in a fit state to return for Wedsnesday 5th January!

Goodbye Warwick and all its students. I hope you all enjoy the holidays, and whatever you celebrate (or don't), just have fun!

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  1. I agree, it's so strange! It's easy to see how we value our new friends just as much as our old even though we have only spent 10 weeks with them…becuase it's been 10 solid weeks. We've basically been living with each other and shared some amazing experiences.

    I'm looking forward to going home and seeing my 'old' friends but I know I will miss everyone in my block and everyone that I know. It's also going to be strange living with my parents again, I'll feel like I should be cooking, I should be cleaning etc etc. I'm struggling to think why they would mind.

    Wow, this actually makes sense which is surprising as I haven't gone to sleep!

    Have a great Christmas everyone!

    04 Dec 2004, 07:33

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