First things first, I apologise for my absence but: (quick life update) I finished uni, graduated, moved back home, got a new job and started writing again! Moving on! Let’s start off by giving credit where credit is due; I would have (probably) never found out about this amazing game if it were not… Continue reading Longest Night in the Woods
So on the 24th of March I officially turned 22. It’s not a big change, I’m only a year older. It was the first birthday I spent away from home though. Like completely away, I didn’t go home even around my birthday. This year I spent it with my friends. About 12 of my friends… Continue reading I’m Feeling 22!
A week ago, my friend and I decided to take some time off from our busy lives and take a little trip down to the farm! For three days we stayed with my parents while I showed my friend the town that I spent half of my childhood in. We started the first day with… Continue reading Trip to Chippenham
I can’t believe that this is the first time something awkward has happened to me since I started posting on this blog… I’m really not living up to my name… Either way, sit your pretty ass down in a comfy chair because it’s story time kids! Yesterday I was at work all day. From 9.30am… Continue reading Awkward Encounter #1
Every little thing just wants to be loved. – The Secret Life of Bees Have you ever seen a film SO good that you just need to stop whatever you are doing and write about it? Well, it happened to me and here I am! My friend and I went to the cinema on Monday… Continue reading Hidden Figures
Everyone, hold your excitement! I finally got a job! It’s only 11 hours over the weekend but it’s finally a retail job! It’s a step up (for me personally because I wasn’t the biggest fan of my previous jobs) from being a care assistant and a pretzel maker. With this job I can combine two… Continue reading I Got a Job!
“At the temple there is a poem called “Loss” carved into the stone. It has three words, but the poet has scratched them out. You cannot read loss, only feel it.” – Arthur Golden, Memoirs of A Geisha When I was 13 my aunt brought me a book. It was called Memoirs of a Geisha.… Continue reading Water is powerful. It can wash away earth, put out fire, and even destroy iron.