Never have regrets because at one point everything you did was exactly what you wanted.
I’ve had a lovely evening listening to live Jazz music in a quiet little restaurant with my friends. We paid £3 for the evening and we were brought plates of tapas all night, which was gorgeous. It was so nice to get out for a bit, have a natter, drink a few glasses of wine and listen to some good music with Hannah, Amy and Alex. We will definitely have to do it again some time. Its a great way to spend a Friday evening! It certainly put me in a good mood :)
I plan too much. It drives me insane. Not far-off-future planning, just like the-next-3-months-of-my-life planning. But then I get so caught up in what’s going on in the next 3 months that I forget to focus on what I’m doing right now. I guess over thinking and planning is my coping mechanism for stress. By getting stressed and anxious about the future, I don’t get as anxious about what’s happening right this second. I also hate it when people make changes to their plans that affect my plans. In my view I’m just too anxious.That puts me right out of whack and makes me all stressed again. There is too much serotonin whizzing around in that little brain of mine. I need to get rid of some of it!
As myself and Tom have been together 1 year now, we decided to go to Bath Spa this weekend. We had a wonderful time. Walked round the city, lay soaking up the sun in the park (until Tom tried to push me down a hill and covered me in grass and twigs), ate lovely food, and went to the Roman Baths. Bath is a beautiful little city. I would love to live there. Overall a fab little weekend :)
I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, it’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope, which is what I do, and that enables you to laugh at life’s realities.
A baby penguin being tickled. This is literally my favourite video on the internet. I WANT TO TICKLE A BABY PENGUIN!
Thank you Josh H for introducing me to the cutest video in the history of the world!
So, this year myself, Hannah, Maisy and Amy decided to go to the annual psychology party in order to celebrate the end of the year with the students and lecturers. It was a snazzy affair, involing copious amounts of champagne, wine and the most delicious food buffet ever (all of which was free). We also got to socialize with our lecturers and dance around. However, as you may already be aware, me and my friends are not the classiest of women when you get a few drinks in us. And with the champagne flowing from 6pm (and we had drank a few drinks at Maisy’s house prior to going to the ball) we got very drunk very early. It’s fair to say we absolutely disgraced ourselves and said some random things to our lecturers during the evening. On top of this, myself and Hannah started dragging people to the empty dancefloor and between the four of us we created one hell of a party. Bill Macken, one of lecturers who was in the Psych house band (Miller 56), came up to us after the band finished the set and personally thanked us for being the best crowd they had played for in the past 3 years. Amy even exchanged numbers with a lecturer. After all of this hilarity, we went to Glam and met up with Maisy’s boyfriend Blake and had MORE alcohol. After an excellent night, I had to ask the boyfriend to pick me up from Amy’s house because I knew I’d be too drunk to get my key in my front door. All-in-all one of the best nights out ever. Definately the best one I’ve had this year. It’s fair to say we will definitely be going back to the Annual Psychology Party next year to cause even more havoc…
L to R: Amy, Me, Maisy and Hannah in the ‘Photobooth’ at the Psych Party