At the end of last year, I never did a blog post reflecting on my year as although there were a few changes that happened, it was all a bit of a blur and went so quickly. I’ve been thinking about this year so far now we are in March (which is crazy enough) and I’ve decided that I’m going to start a sort of series on here every few months documenting any key events/moments in a roundup that I’ve been keeping note of so I can properly look back and remember when it hits New Year the things that I couldn’t last year. Behind the images, I live a pretty normal life so I’m going to warn you that what I’m about to discuss might not be the most exciting or if anyone will be even interested but we’ll see how it goes…
I can’t believe we are already two weeks into December! It’s truly time for all the festivities and of course, the return of the falling snow on the blog. To me it feels as though Christmas this year seems to be going so fast, I need to get myself more organised! It’s definitely beginning to look a lot like Christmas (pardon the pun) and after spending a good part of last weekend sorting out decorations we’ve accumulated over the years, this year we decided to buy some new, fresh decks to put up which were so affordable. Even though you’ve probably all got your decorations up, I thought I would do a short post to share the bargains encase any of you are thinking of getting some new decks for this/next year for your tree!
Happy November 1st cherubs! I say it every month but I really can’t believe another month has flown by. The Christmas count down has officially begun haha – or am I a bit early? Not to be dramatic but it is only just 8 weeks away, not to scare anyone and with seeing all the Christmassy bits in the shops, I can’t help but feel excited.
The weather has certainly got a LOT colder now we are coming towards saying farewell to Autumn, soon to be Winter, in the final months of this year. It’s definitely time for the return of the scarfs and hats! This morning me, my family and the dog went on a quiet, crisp walk to Kildale (in North Yorkshire) and although the cafe was shut (lesson learnt) I still enjoyed taking a few snaps along the way and seeing the season changing. I thought I would share the photos I got as a little round off to Autumn, my fave time of the year…
Being someone who’s not a huge fan of change, starting sixth form and A levels a few weeks ago has been a whole different ball game from the same old secondary I had been used to day in day out. Leaving all of my friends behind who were going onto do different things in different places also added to the uncertainty. Having said this, by the end of year 11 I was SO ready for a change, to move on, kiss goodbye to maths, P.E and whatever else and start new subjects that I had chosen and wanted to do! Those being photography, media studies and english language which I’m really enjoying so far. Photography is just fabbb, even if we have only just got properly started! Anyhow, now being just under a few weeks in (which is crazy enough) starting college is definitely an experience and although settling in has been tricky (a mix up of my timetable the other day didn’t help when I got told all my lessons had been changed, which is now resolved thank goodness- imagine! Haha) I’m pleased to say I am now feeling a lot more relaxed and am getting to grips with things and most importantly am making some lovely friends. Meeting new faces and teachers has been so nice. Once the cringey meeting everyone activities are over on the first few days and you start your proper lessons, it’s then where friendships blossom and it becomes easier! My college is also just down the road from where I live which is nice to be closer to home in my local town, unlike I was at my secondary.
Even though I faced the induction day on my lonesome before Summer which I enjoyed, actually starting college is the real deal where the work and being left to your own devices begins. I wanted to write this post for those of you who may be starting college next year to hopefully put your mind at rest and a bit of what to expect from my experience so far…