An introvert who likes to meet people

Tomorrow is my first day at Kishinchand Chellaram college.

It’s definitely going to be difficult. The first lecture starts at 7 am apparently. It’ll take me an hour and a half to get there and another hour to get ready.

From tomorrow, I’ll be getting up at 4.30 am.

This is where I start weeping.

Sleep is extremely important to me. Especially in the wee hours of the day. I can stay up till four but I cannot wake up at four.  Bizarre, right?

Waking up tomorrow is going to be very tough. Trust me, I’m amazing at procrastinating that too.

But, boy, am I excited or what! Many of my friends are groaning and moaning about their first days of college. They wish for summer to be eternal and for holidays to continue. Not me.

Yes. I am an introvert. An introverted schmuck to be precise but I love meeting new people. I hope to meet some really interesting people at KC. I am sure I’ll make some great friends.

It’s a new beginning. I had anticipated one right from the start of summer. But it sure did not turn out the way I thought it would. Even so, there is this newness in the air. And the possibilities! My life seems to be saturated with them.

Tomorrow, I can be any aspect of me. The slate is clean and I have colorful chalks in my hand. It’s up to me, the person I’ll be at KC. I have the choice to be the best version of me.

I’ll also be taking an English Lit class. I’m looking forward to reading more of classics. I can also use the library. That is equal to a trip to Disneyland for me. I kid you not.

Change is addictive. Tomorrow, I get my fix.


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. aditi1641
    Sep 15, 2014 @ 20:31:02

    The first day of school here in Berlin was something like that, too. I am usually a quiet person, but I was really looking forward to seeing new faces 🙂



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