Today, I have no social obligations. It's Saturday, and everybody else in the world seems occupied. My world is small. It is only a couple square miles and I can walk to any corner of it.
I feel a sense of freedom when I think of how much time I have. Tomorrow is technically free as well, but it won't feel that way. Not with Monday looming around the corner. Saturday is truly the only free day, and this one feels especially free.
I guess I haven't gotten used to the new semester. It's been cold, so I've always had an excuse to not go out to any of the parties. But the cold won't last. And I know that I'll have to actually decline the invitations soon rather than use the cold as an excuse.
However, it's still icey cold this weekend. Yet I know that I won't have to hang out with Moriah. She's booked completely. Rehearsals and guys. Or just one guy now. Jim Andrews.
She had invited me to go to the movies with them. I didn't want to go, but I would have considered it if I thought she'd really wanted me there. But the way she asked made it seem like she was just asking to be polite. Her eyes looked a little too relieved when I said that I was too busy with a paper this weekend. Her words were remorseful of course