Sea races and a student on a swing (Rousse)

I walked all the way up the hill to the new building of the highest point of campus, then made my way up to the top floor. From there I took position at the window with everyone else to watch the teams compete in the sea races. The ambulance crew was doing particularly well, out-performing the teams from the armed forces.

Afterwards I pushed a tiny blonde student in a green and white striped dress on a swing. We chatted politely and she told me of the difficulties of studying for a degree that combined English and maths. My mother-in-law was concerned that my interactions with this girl could be construed as inappropriate. I assured her that such a conversation was perfectly normal.

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