The only thing to look forward to at the moment.... Seasick Steve next Tuesday.
For anyone who didn't know, I have a job now at the weekends. It's at Debenhams so thankfully a step up from Primark (but then anything would be). It's very busy and there's a lot to remember so I'm not yet at the point where I spend Friday afternoon in anything less than an advanced state of trepidation. I'm terrified of screwing anything up, especially as its food so customers can get pretty annoyed if they don't get exactly what they paid for. So far though I haven't managed to do anything too drastic and I haven't broken any plates! The hardest thing for me to master is the barista duties because I don't drink coffee so I don't really understand it, and all the different options available. People are especially picky about coffee, which I don't get. It's such a convoluted and deliberately obtuse drink. Just have a nice pot of tea, it's so much more civilised! I've been reading a lot of fashion magazines and such recently, such as Vogue and Elle (well I've been reading Vogue for a while actually, but at the start it was just for the pretty pictures- more on that to follow). I'm starting to think if things had been different, for example I'd been a bit more arty, it would have been quite an interesting industry to go into. But who know's, maybe it could still be in the future...? Bound to be something I could do within it with a media degree!
Oh yes, and back to Vogue, I used a few days to make a big heap of origami cranes from advert pages, back a few months ago which I strung up from my bedroom ceiling above my bed for an interesting little decor feature. I love it, but it can be a bit jumpy to wake up half drunk of a morning and see them all twirling above you :D