Monday, 28 June 2010

Family & Friends

This weekend consisted of Renegade Hardware on the Saturday. One of the best Renegades I've been to, as I have never just been so genuinely happy, no worries no concerns, just close friends around me and fantastic music.
Sunday was my pre-21st celebrations with my relatives and close family. It was lovely, however I was exhausted from the night before. My mum and dad put in so much effort with the decorations and the food, and everyone seemed so happy, weather was great too. My dad got out loads of stupid things, including Halloween stuff, some duck shooting game as well as some 1920's vintage games that I don't even know the name of. It had me in fits.

I'm now looking forward to my actual birthday on Saturday...

Thursday, 24 June 2010


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I curse myself for neglecting this blog, it’s been so long since I took a photo for pure enjoyment. It seemed to slip from me, I suddenly became so caught up in my selfish needs, the longing to be loved, that I forgot what truly makes me happy. The beauty in all the world.

I realise these photos are not spectacular, neither original nor anything terribly inspiring. But they are a glimpse at me trying to focus on what I need to do this summer. True happiness for me comes from achievement. To be proud of yourself is to love yourself. I do hate talking like this, but I've been reading a silly amount of self help books. I'm hoping this new post, will set off a chain of posts. I promise to take my camera out now wherever I go.

Also I have become a complete Grunge kiddy again...

Listening to: Hole - Violet

Thursday, 10 June 2010


It's been a long time since I last posted anything, sorry. I just had far too many deadlines.
Now I am free for four months to do as I please. I'm hoping to fill this time with lots of adventures and fill this blog with the photographs. Although haven't taken any of yet, I haven't left my house; I've been catching up on some much needed sleep.
So far I have managed to finish Charlie Brooker's Dawn of the Dumb, I book that had me laughing out loud from front to back during my coursework months, sadly on the tube in front of many a baffled onlooker. Now I've begun Max Brooks World War Z frankly its one of the best books I've read in ages, yet most things I choose I really enjoy. Frankly I'm fucking hooked. I'm shaking as I'm reading it. If you don't know already, I'm fucking terrified of Zombies, love everything about them, they're a pretty cult thing to be in to I think. But I totally and completely believe in them, and WWZ isn't helping this theory of mine, well it is, but well I'm so sure that the living dead are going to be knocking at my front door one day and this book has certainly been confirming my worst fears.

Think I'll have to get the audio for it too, and wedge out like the nerd I am.