Monthly Archives: July 2014

Day Nine.

Loner phase initiated. It is that part where you begin to feel all your friends drift away from you. Acting on impulse at this point usually condenses friend circle considerably. Lord knows I’ve been here a couple of times.

My day has pretty much stopped about doing the things I like. Instead, mundane tasks and everyday chores have become more involving ;  to the point where i actually start enjoying them.  They allow me to get away from this world and get me some “me” time.

Monsoon is the best season of all the seasons there ever were. I woke to up to cloudy skies and a grey tinge on everything around me. I love it.

All the studying I’m doing may finally be paying off. I aced a test today and it gives me immense satisfaction just thinking about it.

We are classmates. Run-ins are almost unavoidable. But today, it was different. We co-existed in the same room for more than 20 mins albeit, far enough apart from each other so neither could overhear the other’s conversations. Whenever someone spoke to me, I replied in excited and elated tones giving off the impression that I’m very comfortable in my current predicament. In short, the gesture was supposed to convey to her that I was every bit as happy without her, as I was with.

My workout sessions are going great. I could almost swear I’m losing a bit of the extra flesh I’ve got hanging around me.

School has pretty much claimed my life.



Day Eight.

Hallucinations finally set in. I have started seeing her from the corner of my eye everywhere I look. Trust me, that is a terrible situation to be in. Here’s hoping it will pass.

I’ve been on the lookout for a rebound date ever since. Such kinda relationships don’t come by very often. I also start to worry about how the other person will take the breakup and end up shying away from the whole prospect. It’s hard being so bipolar.

I’m officially addicted to House M.D . Hugh Laurie is the awesomest doctor ever! I’ve also been following Suits quite closely. Looks like I’ve got myself the diversion I wanted. Doesn’t actually seem to be working though.

If anybody’s wondering where I’ve been the past four days, the answer is, studying. There is nothing like investing you full mental self into studying up for tests. It takes a lot out of you and helps you forget the unimportant aspects of life. It has been my solace.

You know that moment when you look around your class and you realise that you literally hate half the people in it and you don’t know the other half? Me too.