Bear and Roses

My class ended early today, and I waited for sweets for about an hour or so to eat lunch with him. He went in to class after that, and I went back to my friends, loitering around, thinking hard how to escape the heat. I could think of only two places. Both shall be crowded, and both shall have its own places and minds for entertainment. Yeah, right. Who am I kidding? I knew which one I wanted to go all along and all I had to do is admit. The library. *thunderstorm sounds*

I have one unfinished book. Is this a reminder, or a reinforcer? I decided to look around the one corner I'm supposedly to be banned from if not, I would probably grab some random books, just because I feel assured when I do so. So I took, The Chocolate Run, which so far managed to make me continue till the 20th page. This is good. I have about millions other academic readings to do, and here I am browsing for some 'sweet' book.

There's something about today that dragged me out-of-sleep not because it was bad, but because it's as if it was too perfect, I'm confusingly waiting for something bad to happen. Imagine this, all in one day you get to go to class with absolutely not much to do, in addition it's just A class, and you got to see your lovely sweets after one whole night of missing him so much, then you got yourself a witty book something you'd need once in a while, and time spent with sweets. Combine studying, kissing, joking, reminiscing about old days, burger and ribena together, I had one of the best evenings in my life. I know this day would be forgettable but something about the nature of the day makes me realize, and hope this could happen everyday. I smiled as he kissed goodbye.

Hacchoo! But, but, but, this day was perfect! I hate this sneezing part of the day, and I think I might (trying to be indenial let me be!) get sick. Must be the "degree" flu. And something awesome is going to happen. I don't think anyone else but sweets knows about this. It's the Touch n Go thing, remember baby? AND our "second" date? *grins* Can't wait!

"Jacqkie, I want to buy something for your brother for the graduation, the usual ones."
"Okay, what do you have in mind?."
"A bouquet of roses."
"I know it's a bit girl-girl right?."
"Okayla. Maybe something else."
"What's your second choice?"
"......OH MY GO.."
"...but I got him a pewter already."
"....Maybe, you should have said that earlier."

Wall-E will be playing soon, and somehow or rather I can't wait to watch this movie! Noted the fact that it won't involved words very much, it still excites me to see the cute Wall-E venture into self-discovery by loving another form - Eve. I mean the basic idea might sound cliche, but how frequent do you see robots having utmost adorable human values in them - ironically, for human viewing pleasure? Okay, enough with the movie-talk, I thought I quit last month! *winks*

I'm sorry, but I have to say this : baby, I miss you already! (imagine trillion of exclamation marks here) . Till then, (mind my happy good mood and pleasent language) have a good night!

Jacqueline Rowena @ Jacqkie.


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