Uuuh, such a nice welcome back! Yay :)
So. Maybe I should just sketch out where I am these days:
- Still studying Geography at University of Copenhagen - fourth year! Jeez, time is flying by fast! I got my bachelors this past summer and I'm now working on my two-year masters in Geoinformatics and city planning.
- I live alone in Copenhagen in an appartment and have been since my roommate moved in with her boyfriend about a 1½ ago. I'm actually looking into moving into a dorm and I think I'll be sending out applications this week or the next. Yay!
- I have a wonderful student job, where I practise my mad GIS-skillz! SQL all the way! And it's a really social place and people are so nice :)
- I am very (very!) single and have been for about a year and a half, a fact that vampirespider
can agree to (everytime we meet up, which is about every 6 months, I have to give her an update :P). I think this blog will also be a place for me to write about my frustrations about being single and *not being able to understand what guys mean!!*
Right now there are kinda two guys popping up once in a while: Mr. Teacher Man
who I got to know through a guy at work. A mighty geek who loves Mythbusters, writing SQL-queries and is a science-teacher at a school. We saw each other for about 6 weeks through january-february-march, but then drifted apart because we were both too busy and he became sick. But we still chat on MSN, so I don't know... As my friends say: It just makes no sense! He was so into you!
Second player in this crazy game: Old(er) Geography Dude
, who is actually a friend (and younger than Mr. Teacher Man), but I have hooked up with him four times since December at various Friday-bars, the last time being this past Friday. Smart move, yes I know. I have a feeling he has a thing for me, but I'm not sure where I stand in this whole thing... Plus, I *can't* date anymore geographers. That would (also) be foolish.
Isn't it interesting that the part about the guys is the part taking up the most space? Hmm...