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Atmosphere was in fact a much more stimulating experience than school. Fabian ended up bringing a friend too, I think Lilliana and him hit it off, but you never really know with Lilliana. One thing I do know is that I really do like Fabian. He is so smart and charming, much unlike the daft little boy i had the misfortune of dating a couple weeks ago. Father would definitely approve of Fabian, and mother would too. I just hope things will work out.
Now, I am unfortunately being put through another hour of hell as I try to make it through photography. I never really got the knack for taking pictures, I guess I'm more of a literal than an abstract thinker when it comes to artsy things.
"Good lord these are awful Tilly!" Lilliana squeals as she takes my camera and starts looking through the pictures. I glare at her and snatch it back. "Well nobody asked for your opinion now did they?"
She just rolls her eyes. "You can have some of my pictures, I mean they aren't brilliant or anything but they aren't," she stops to glance back at my camera for a second, "well they aren't awful either."
"I don't want your sloppy seconds Lilliana, and I'm not going to cheat either!" I mean really, how could she even suggest such a thing! She stopped to think for a moment, "well you really should ask someone for help then, go ask Camilla at least she looks like she knows what she is doing."
I glanced over to where Camilla was standing with a fit looking boy, and decided it couldn't hurt anything to ask. I waited for the boy to leave and then made my way over. "Hey Cami," I said sitting down next to her, "just wondering but would you mind helping me with these pictures, apparently I'm just awful at taking them." She didn't mind at all, and told me how you just have to take pictures of things at random, don't plan it, just take the picture. "Thanks Cami, you're a lifesaver!" I said and sauntered off back to Lilliana, at least now i had a remote idea of what to do. Hopefully that would be enough for a good grade, because I, Tilly Templeton, do not get anything but good grades.