After having worked in the hotel for about three month, Paul had to quit this job. He felt he was bodily too small, but intellectual too big for this kind of work. His screws became fully worn, while his chip was thinking about a lot of stupid things, and he became very depressed. He decided to find a job that would fulfill his expectations, and to apply for jobs as a photographer.
After the exhibition, they went to a bar and drank some local delicacies. Paul noticed the unbelievable charming girl also liked him. She told him she was from Turkey and only in Rennes for a workshop. She would leave at the same day like Paul, the first of May.
They had such a good time, and Paul was so happy.
Although the unbelievable smart girl was not religious, she showed Paul some Islamic traditions.
Paul confessed to her that he really, really liked her and gave her the key to his heart. She held it, at least for a while.
But then it was the first of May, and Lily and Paul had to leave Rennes. Paul became very sad. Luckily Barney Stinson, who was a good friend of Paul, sent a nice message for goodbye and Paul was a little better.
Paul went to the train station. Everywhere people gave away these little white flowers, which were called like the unbelievable tender girl. Dammed!
He was a little confused, but he managed to find the right place.
He was fascinated by these big busses with wings.
On the way to his new flat, he thought about Lily. What could have happened, if she wasn’t in Turkey, and he wasn’t in Leipzig? He hoped some day they could meet again. Maybe if he had enough money, he could visit her. He would never forget this astonishing girl.