Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Let's Catch Up

I've been hidden under a 'school pile' for the past few days, made up of history coursework, politics revision, and philosophy essays - not a nice place to be at all. As it's getting closer to Christmas (don't try and stop me being excited, it's less than a month away now!) I seem to be getting equally more and more stressed as I am excited. There's so much I need to do before the holidays and yet I don't really want to be doing it, I'd much rather be curled up in bed with a Costa Orange Hot Chocolate and Elf playing on my laptop. Nevertheless, I have managed to fit in a few pretty fun things between all the work I've been trudging through...

Last Friday I went for dinner at Wagamama with the girls, which was a really nice evening out. We've all been so busy recently that we hadn't really spent some proper time together in a while, making it much-needed and a hilarious evening. Then on Saturday Harry's family introduced me to Gogglebox and I must admit, having been sceptical of how entertaining watching other people watch tv could be, I was very much won over!


The highlight of the past week, however, was definitely meeting McBusted on Monday. Yes, it did involve standing in the cold on a Monday evening for two hours by the end of which I felt like my toes were going to fall off, BUT I essentially got to meet my childhood favourites (and current favourites, for that matter). Tom Fletcher seemed like such a genuine guy, he was just as lovely as he comes across as being so it was really sweet to meet him especially!


Yesterday was my friend Emma's 18th birthday so we ordered a giant Millie's cookie to go along with our present for her. It's safe to say Emma (and the rest of us) very much appreciated it, especially having it on a Tuesday lunchtime when you'll usually find me exhausted and dreaming of the weekend.

I don't think much else has gone on really, the next few days will equally be a mix of work and play - I really must try to get the work done first though! Hopefully next time I'll write less of a bits and pieces post and you'll find me a little sooner, preferably not under what feels like a massive pile of work...

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