- the little girl who said to her grandma, looking at me, "Oh, that girl is so pretty!"
- when an actual good song plays on the radio (mostly it sucks)
- the joy I feel when I go shopping and realise I'm not the one trapped behind the counter (muahaha)
- the cute boy who watched me (in a non-Edward-Cullen way) and smiled at me the entire time
- the little girl (couldn't have been older than three) who complimented me on my makeup and noted that my nails matched (which I hadn't even noticed- future stylist to the stars?)
- an excited explanation of hockey (someone had walked in wearing a jersey and my current customer explained who the player was)
- joking with my coworkers
- when I put away the hangers correctly and don't spill them on the floor (shh. It's the little things.)
- the older ladies who tell me about their cats
- the feeling I get when I look at my bank account (MONEY)
And best of all... the thought that I have less than two months left. (Insert happy dance here.)
On another, slightly related note, in my last post I mentioned that teenage years didn't seem to be too thrilling so far.
I didn't intend for this to sound as though I was unhappy- far from it. I'm lucky in so many ways; my family situation (when the worst memory of your parents you have is of being forced to drink a glass of milk, you're pretty sheltered), my friends, my cats... (who, apparently, didn't steal my USB- it was in my pyjama pocket. Why do pj pockets exist, anyway? It seems like you're guaranteed simply to lose things in them...)
I'm just bored; sick of slow nights at work, sick of classes that I'm taking only to get a credit, sick of being in those classes with the same people I've known for years. Simply put, I'm craving change. (Unfortunately, new clothes don't quite seem to cut it, especially since I have a uniform- nor does different dessert, mainly because I'm too lazy to bake anything.)
Finally, on a completely unrelated note: TV shows are starting again! Unfortunately, this aligns perfectly with 'exam time is starting again'... at least I've already been accepted to university, so no need to worry!