At Cambridge

A lot of things happened while I was at Cambridge. There were way too many thoughts and feelings and events and to simply note down, so I guess I'll tell the whole story. That's the only way it's going to make sense.
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43. Forty three

It's torture just sitting there all night. We barely speak, we just sit there, nervous for morning. It gets to four in the morning and I can't take it anymore. I shrug Ed's arm off me and stand up. 

"Where are you going?" he asks. 

"I'm going to go and speak to him." I announce, getting my coat on. 

"Dais, there's no point." 

I ignore him and walk out of the door, storming all the way over to George's dorm. I know he'll be asleep but if he's about to ruin my life then it doesn't matter too much if he gets woken up a bit earlier than usual, I'm sure. I knock on the door and he answers a minute later. 

"Daisy?" he asks, groaning and rubbing his eyes. "Jesus christ, do you know what time it is?" 

"Why are you doing this?" I demand, suddenly furious. 

He pauses, looking more awake. "Look, I'm not doing it to upset you. I know we've been fighting and not getting on so it might seem like I'm just trying to upset you but honestly, I just care about you. I don't believe for a second that Mr Feyson actually cares about you or loves you or whatever."

"George, you have no idea about it!" I exclaim. I don't feel angry anymore. I honestly believe that he's telling the truth that he's just looking out for me. I just wish he wouldn't. 

"I'm doing this for you, Daisy." is all he says before he shuts the door.

I slide down the wall into a sitting position. I can't lie, I was hoping that he would listen and that everything would be okay. That's what would have happened in a film or something. But right now, there's honestly nothing left to do but wait for everything to go wrong. I go back to Ed's and we sit there still, in silence. The calm before the storm.

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