L. and I finally started college.
Sadly, we're not attending the same course, so we can't see each other every day.
And, even worse, we had to face a first-day-of-school by ourselves.
In this post I'm going to tell you how my first day was and L. is going to do the same very soon.
We're starting a new series, along with the Weekly Pick! one, in which we'll talk about the same subject with our different point of views.
Anyway.
The day before my BIG DAY I was a wreck.
In my mind I had huuuge confusion.

What to wear?
Will I make new friends?
Will I find my way in the various classes without getting lost?
Will I like every course I have?
Will I make myself ridiculous in front of everyone, spilling my coffee on my books?
Should I wear lipstick?


The next morning, a great news -sarcasm mode: ON-.
Trains strike.
How was I supposed to get in Milan?
I was just about to break down and cry when I double checked and found out that the strike was post posed.
When I finally reached my final destination, I found my class quite easily.
Ok, I'm cheating, I had had my Welcome Day for freshers in that very class, that's why I found it.
My first lesson was Political Science and I just loved it.
After the first hour, I had to find out where the Political Economy was held.
I got lost.
THAT PLACE IS HUGE!
And I refused to take with me my fresher's map, it would have been just too embarrassing.
I met a couple of nice persons, so my big fear of ending up alone in a new place slowly started to fade.
I had another couple of lessons, Public Law and Sociology.
I really liked them, on the first day, and I'm liking them more and more.
So, I can say I'm truly happy with my new school life, it's getting better and better.

Would you like to share with us your first day of high school/college/work?

With love,
S.