It’s dawn on the morning after the night before. Around me, my new flatmates are yet to wake from their first-night Freshers’ slumbers. But I, in my own cosy corner of the vast Endcliffe student accommodation village, am awake and raring to go.
My friends, with their full driving licences, have long since run their first town errands; taken their first motorway road trips; and even had their first bumps and accidents. All with me yet to take my test. Time to catch up.
I’m having too much fun to be ready for my good luck to end. I hope that, as the sun rises, 2015 will prove to be as brilliant as the last year was.
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Just before 8:00am, I was presented with the two familiar login boxes that would now unlock the truth of my future.
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It is with great delight that I can now reveal that I’ve been made Furze Platt’s Head Boy for the next twelve months. I now look forward to a year fulfilling the role’s duties to the very best of my ability.