A Universe Trapped in a Labyrinth

This is my boring and interesting and teenager life spanning from age 15 to 18 (May 2015-August 2018)
Within you'll find many re-inventions of myself, boy trouble, school trouble and life trouble. (Plus interesting bits I thought I would include as well).
Do you dare to enter the maze?


123. Entries for December

These entries encompass any happenings for the month of December, before Christmas that is. 


There's something about walking in the dark morning that feels a bit strange and a bit lovely. On the one hand, it is still night and technically it shouldn't be logical that I was walking to school. On the other hand, there's a stillness not broken by the manic of morning and you feel at ease walking. Waiting for a friend you can witness the street lights blink out one by one and morning encroaches on the night. Light is restored and when friends are reunited that morning, it is officially morning, and the sun has just risen. The day can officially begin, even though I had been up for hours already. 

There's something about returning home in the dark that is different. You've been held indoors for the entire day and you left at night and now you return at night. This is what December means; late nights and short as hell days. There's a danger in the darkness and the cold brings hooded figures that look suspicious. They're not dangerous at all but they manage to quicken your steps and breaths and a sigh of relief is quietly uttered when they pass. Home is the place of warmth and safety, and all that is wanted is a cup of tea and a seat at the fire.


I went and seen a disappointing pantomime today. Pantomimes are the things of childhood and endless visits with Grandma. Therefore, it was a bit sad when the classic tale of Aladdin was transformed into a sad Geordie version with too many Little Mix renditions. It was a small theatre and there was too many flashy Drag performances in skimpy outfits and I couldn't take it. The only upside was that I got to leave early once it was all finished instead of going back to two hours of History lessons. 


It's the middle of December, 17th to be exact, and I don't feel in the Christmas spirit. The tree is up and the house is decorated in the fashion of Christmas but there's something about a teenagers christmas that is less fun that a child's christmas. What do you get when you already have everything you need and want? The only thing that I'm looking forward to is the new phone that I will unwrap on Christmas day. I'm sure that I will eventually get in the mood but for now the music seems overdone and the crowds in shopping malls feel too overwhelming. I know for a fact that my last gifts won't be bought until the very last minute. 


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