School girl conversation on the Bus
We're going round sarah's tonight.
Oh really, I can't go. I'm tied up.
Look what I got done! (shows a tongue piercing)
Oh you did it.
Yep last night.
(can't remember conversation for 30 secs)
OMG that girl! Is so skinny! and she thinks she's so good. It's funny. She thinks the world revolves around her all the time.
Yea she thinks she's so hot and acts so good. It makes me laugh.
Oh and kerry. That girl is so ugly, its like she doesn't even know it. It's funny.
(At this point, the people on the bus try to disapprove of the conversation. They do so with an intruding glare.)
Yea im at college. What I'm doing is an apprenticeship...... I got 2 years and then i'm on the floor.
(Re-assuring glance and her eyes went a little watery)
You're on your last year ain't you?
Yea Amy is working at Forever 21 as well.
Yea she moved from the girls department.
Yea..........................(quick glance in my direction, again)
They were opening the conversation for me.
Charlotte, Heidi, Kay: were from different year groups and were estatic talking about everyone.... and they were busy, but they felt alone abouts the workplace. Constructive conversations and familiarity are key things here to our three girls. Heading in the right direction is what they want to know - to stay connected and keep their thread tightly sewed - To draw a line here, they need to mean to do this themselves and we will; have a moment for their commercial awareness and office politics. Results is the distance we will go for her. Managing the process, our 'Top Gear' meetings and our nurture groups are there for the unproductive conversations. A paragon of justice for themselves, a high moral ground.