She clicked into the email, almost subconsciously holding her breath. She was pretty sure that she'd done alright, but she didn't particularly want to have to repeat any exams. Her parents would be pretty annoyed with her if she had to repeat a year, but even if they didn't pay for it, she had enough money saved from her job working in the university cafe to cover herself for it. The lease on her apartment lasted through the summer, so she had decided to take advantage of it. She'd been home to visit, but was back in the city now. She skimmed down through her results. She'd passed everything, and had maintained her average of a B+. She threw her hands up in the air and shut down the lid of her laptop, leaving it into her bedroom. She decided to go get lunch at her favourite cafe to celebrate. Unfortunately, all of her friends were abroad at the moment, so she didn't have anyone to celebrate with. She changed out of her flannel pyjamas and into a pair of black skinny jeans and a printed t-shirt, pulling her favourite pale blue denim jacket on over her shirt as she grabbed her keys and favourite messenger bag, shoving her wallet into the latter. She couldn't wipe the grin off of her face as she walked. She ordered a coffee and a cajun chicken and mozzarella panini, before sitting at her favourite table outside. She pulled out her phone and sent around a few texts, letting people know how she'd done.