It’s monday, monday, gotta get down on OH WAIT.
Hope you had a good weekend! It’d also be nice if you’d spent a small part of it promoting the comic, but that’s not obligatory. So! Time for Sarah’s profile!
Sarah didn’t do a whole lot in this chapter, although she was the first to say hi to Jenn on the as yet unnamed (and forever nonexistant) social networking site they use in this comic.
Sarah was however one of the focuses of this chapter. Fed up with not being able to wake up without a coffee, Sarah decides to go cold turkey on caffiene, a decision which is NOT supported by Jamie and Neeve, who get Jenn to try to stop Sarah. This backfires, with Jenn making a pact with Sarah to keep up their personal projects. Over the weekend Sarah gets a haircut, and back at school she discovers that Jenn has officially given up her end of the pact. Initially angry, Jenn points out that this is a good excuse to start drinking caffiene again, as Sarah had been struggling. A lot. Sarah switches to tea instead of coffee at the end of the chapter.
As the member of the gang with the most businessy wardrome, Sarah is unconcerned by the stricter uniform regulations. However, she is a bit frustrated when Neeve discovers her sort of thing with their fellow art student Tom Taylor. Sarah’s fed up with the pressures of ‘dating’ so when it comes to her not-date with Tom at the weekend, where she decides to make the move forward to it being a relationship, she asks if rather than dating they could ‘just have fun’. This ends up with them being all over each other at any possible moment at college. Which is fair enough I guess. Unless you have to watch.
And that’s you up to date with Sarah! Sarah can be pretty fun to write sometimes, mostly because she’s quiet enough that it forces me to try to use SUBTEXT. I don’t think I’m always successful but it doesn’t make it any less fun. Anyway, time for her bands! Once again, ‘singers’ is probably more appropriate.
Florence + the Machine