Kick Me!


So, I had like, nothing to do at work/school today! It’s a holiday-week, so there’s almost nobody there…
So I watched some movies, and went home early.

There was a (female) first-year student at the cubbicle in front of me, and I didn’t have the courage to even say “Hello, how do you like this study so far?”. And when I left, I saw she was using photoshop. I was in doubt for a moment about whether or not to ask her if she’s any good with photoshop (since we still need a designer for Mendino).

And then, I arrived at the station in Amersfoort, and saw the train of 15h13 leave without taking me with it.
So I decided to take the stoptrain of 15h16. I got in, and it was very busy at that part of the train.

I sat down on a foldchair next to the door, but realized that’s not a clever place to sit down.
I stood up, and walked to the front of the train. Lot’s of room there!
And then, I saw her. A lovely girl, which gave me the awkward feeling I knew her. But I couldn’t think of what I would know her from. And standing up, and saying “Don’t I know you from somewhere?” just isn’t my thing.
So, I ended up just looking at her from time to time (while reading a book), and when she left the train at Bilthoven station, I was in a big doubt about whether or not to follow her.
But ofcourse, I didn’t.

Stupid me.

She surely looked like the girl of my dreams…


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  1. Hm, too bad about that girl… But iirc her workgroup is in the cubicle across from yours, and there are two projectweeks to come… So I’m sure you’ll see her again 🙂 I don’t think she’ll have a problem with it if you just start a casual conversation about MT 🙂

    • Ronald on 13 October 2003 at 10:32

    Just as a little note, the latter part of my entry isn’t about that MT1-girl 🙂

    1. Oh, I tought it was about the same girl 🙂

      But you can still try to come in contact with the one at school 🙂

        • Ronald on 13 October 2003 at 11:08

        That’s ofcourse always an option 🙂

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