Friday, 24 January 2014

Theatre and 100 Happy Days

Hello everyone and welcome back J Not much has happened since my last blog, however there are two things that have happened and I feel like they need a mention.

First of all, a few days ago I went to see a play at the Harold Pinter Theatre, the play was called Mojo and starring in this play was none other than RUPERT GRINT! Yes, I am a huge Rupert Grint fan and he was AMAZING! The show overall was just superb, I would definitely go and see it again without a doubt. But not only did it star Rupert Grint, among the start was also Colin Morgan, the guy who played Merlin in the TV series, Brendan Coyle from Downton Abbey as John Bates and my personal fave Tom Rhys Harries, who was just amazing! So as me and my friends were such huge Harry Potter/Ron Weasley/Ginger fans… Oh yes, we managed to get a picture!

Okay, it’s quite bad quality but still, you can tell it’s him. He is much smaller in person.

Secondly, my manager at work suggested something called ‘100 Happy Days’. For this you need to take a picture every day of the thing that makes you happy on that day and by the end of the hundred days you are supposed to see a pattern of what really makes you happy in life.

I would like to share my Day Eight with you. I got to go home for my Nieces birthday party which was very nice as I got to see the family again. So this is my Nieces birthday cake. As you can tell, she is a Hello Kitty fan. Anyways, it was only a short one this time (Basically I just wanted to brag about Rupert Grint) But until next time. J

Thursday, 9 January 2014

Happy New Year!!!!

Hello everyone and welcome to 2014 J

I always get excited by the New Year, mainly because I set myself New Year’s Resolutions every year which can be very exciting. Usually it’s the standard… Exercise more, eat less junk food, be more careful with money… Which all remain this year. However, there are some new additions to the heap of goals I set myself. This year I want to live a bit more and be a bit more out there with my life.

The reason this has come about is it dawned on me that I am graduating this year and I am beginning life as an adult. I have been in education for the past 17 years without a break, so it’s going to be weird adjusting to a life without the standard education set up, and I am really going to miss it. I was the weird child who loved school and when I was in primary school I actually used to ask my teacher for extra homework and every week she used to give me and extra file of homework (How weird is that).

Also, this is the time where I am supposed to know what I am doing with my life… I don’t. Which is very, very worrying, but also quite exciting? I do have one option which I am most probably going to pursue, last year my friend went to work on a cruise ship around the USA for six months, where she taught Drama to kids whilst their parents were off having a holiday, so I think applying for this would be a very good step in my career.

It’s not only University ending for me this year it will also be my jobs at the University which I am going to miss, such as the Enquiry Unit and as a Student Ambassador. At least if I meet any people on my travel I can talk them to death about the University and what courses we can offer them J

So until next time, enjoy the start of 2014 everyone J