Was a great night of wine & food last night. Can’t believe we watched THREE episodes of Tabatha’s Salon Takeover. Trashy tv as its best. Especially the Tabatha drinking game - gulps on “step up” and “follow through”!
Now back to the reality of finishing this awful dissertation. Yuuuuck.
Thanks for following :) your blog is awesome. what is your favourite kind of tea might I ask as a fellow tea lover? x
Ooh, tough question! I usually select tea to fit my mood. Mostly, a rich and malty cup of Assam picks me up through the day, and offers a touch of comfort. If I’m planning or thinking, a nice mug of lapsang souchong goes down a treat. What about yourself? I love to talk tea! ;)
I love so many things at once. I can’t seem to just commit to one thing in life. I suppose it is a very good thing, but it is so frustrating. I’m sitting wanting to do so many things at once and I end up just wasting time thinking. I love reading, but never do enough of it. I love making films, but never put enough ideas into action. I love documentaries, but I never watch enough of the ones that are truly excellent to me. I love being with friends but I never pry myself away from other tasks long enough to do this lately. I love fiddling about with silly things such as stupid websites or ideas that I start and never finish. Maybe one day I’ll focus on something long enough to make it absolutely worthwhile. Not enough time in any day!
So before bed, I just realised that I’m quite enjoying tumblr. I locked myself out of Facebook about a month ago, and haven’t missed it at all. Reading all the mundane posts from people I work with, random chat about how boring the job is, etc etc. I won’t miss knowing that people have checked in at tanning salons near wherever I happen to be, or looking at thousands of photos of boring nights out. This place has been a hub of inspired posts, artistic delights and entertainment. Much better. I feel free from the shackles of Facebook, and relaxing in the knowledge that I’m actually feeling creative again. Way, hey.
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”—Mark Twain
Veerrry bored today. I’ve been stuck in the house for days and days trying to get on with my dissertation, but because of that, I am going mad. Really need some fun! Woo. Think I shall force myself to have a super early night so I can make tomorrow a bit more exciting. I hate March!!!
A while back, I came up with a fantastic tale for children. Full of hijinks and intrigue, the story of Marnie was born. This is a tale of a girl who has her life transformed, and becomes a beastly lady. Through her fortitude and determination, she brings about the end of communism. It was inspired by a friend’s fantastic name of “Marnie”, and I should point out, my friend is nothing like the character in this soon to be best selling hit! Haha. I dug out the site from my computer, and put it back online for the world to enjoy once more.