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Quality Time with the Roommates

Smoked salmon and apple slices during quality time with the roommies

My roommates are great. They’re my best friends on campus and I don’t know how I would stay sane throughout the semester without them. Most of the time we lounge around our apartment and study together or watch a movie in the living room. But once in a while, we like to just not plan out the evening and do whatever.

On this night, the flow just so happened to be smoked salmon and sliced apples. We sat around our kitchen counter and simply talked. We didn’t have homework to do, we didn’t have other plans or meetings, and we didn’t feel the need to do something crazy.

We just spent some good old-fashioned quality time with each other, venting out our frustrations about school, complaining about being broke college kids, and laughing about everything.

I realize, those are the days that I’ll look back on when I’m not a college kid anymore.

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