All of the projects are done with, which means I now have lots of time to sit around feeling stressed about nothing in particular, and feeling sorry for myself. I've been feeling really cut off from a lot of my friends from first-year, because I've been pretty busy, and they all live on campus so nobody wants to come hang out with me, and because I just learned they're all moving out together, and I still don't have a roommate. I'm going to have to work basically full time next summer to just barely afford to live where I do now, and I'm on a lease, so even if I could find somewhere cheaper (in this city, not likely), I can't move.
The clubroom has also felt a lot less welcoming lately. I'm not sure what it is - the make up of the new crowd, the fact that I'm not there quite so often - but I feel like because I play neither Magic nor WoW (and have about zero interest in either - I don't like MMOs or CCGs, and if I did, couldn't afford them anyway), I'm basically cut out of 90% of discussion that goes on. It wasn't like this last year. Jon is right, though - I'm far too young to be reminiscing about the 'good old days'.
In less whiney news, have been watching the live action Sailor Moon series. It's totally cheesy, but also really addictive sparkley shoujo feel-good crack. So that's been cheering me up.