Saturday, 22 February 2014


No - I haven't found the end of the world and managed to fall off it - I'm still here.

I've been super mega busy since my last blog post (which was three months ago, sorry!!), and in that time I have:
  • attended 3 funerals
  • got 2 jobs
  • lost 1 job
  • graduated from ncs, and become a mentor for future participants
  • dug a pond
  • read the fault in our stars 4 times
  • attended an audition for star wars (I know, what was I thinking?)
Anyway, a combination of all of these seemingly unrelated things have taught me just how valuable life is and how lucky we are to be alive on this planet. These are only a few of the things I've done since I last spoke to you on this little space on the internet, and I've had a lot of other brilliant highs and soul-crushing lows, and if I ever want you to hear about any of them I'm pretty sure I'll write a 1000 word essay or something on here for you! (You're very welcome in advance).
For Connie
Seriously though guys, I lost a friend in January and the response was overwhelming. She was one of the loveliest, bubbliest and friendliest people I have ever had the pleasure of meeting, and the day after she died, the whole school was a totally different atmosphere. People she didn't know were crying and mourning her loss and joined us in wearing brightly coloured nail varnish in remembrance. I wasn't even one of her closest friends, but I was affected in ways I didn't think would be possible.

I don't really know where I'm going with this post, I'm just really letting you know I'm alive and well (I'm just slightly buried under a mountain of coursework that I've let pile up), and one day I will go back to posting regularly, I'm just a tad busy at the moment.

Update: I feel like this post is lacking in content, and so here are three songs I am obsessing over at the moment. The first being my friend's favourite songs which was played at her funeral, the second being one I heard on the vampire diaries and have loved ever since and the third, a highly cheesy one which I fell in love with after hearing on Easy A (one of my favourite films EVER).

1. Ron Pope - A Drop In The Ocean
2. Christina Aguilera ft. A Great Big World - Say Something
3. Natasha Bedingfield - Pocketful of Sunshine

Thank you. I love you.
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