So, I have technically done this prompt before, however I have a new piece of a kit for my blogs and travel. It’s my birthday this month, and one of the presents I asked for was a compact digital camera, one that was rugged enough to cope with my dyspraxic ass and that could upload … More #64. 5 Things You Can See Out Of Your Nearest Window
On Friday night I finally ticked an item off my bucket list that had been on there for quite some time. I went to see Taylor Swift in concert, and it was everything I hoped it would be. I had the absolute time of my life, I don’t think I stopped grinning from ear to … More Hold On To The Memories, They Will Hold On To You
Today at work I was in the stock room, putting the delivery away, and jamming out to the radio at the same time, when a song came on that just transported me to another place. All of a sudden I was 17 again, young and free, with so much stretching out ahead of me and … More #63. The Power Of Music
It was just her luck, Jess thought, that of all the people she could get stuck in an elevator with, she had to get stuck with the one person she hated more than anyone else in the world, her neighbour, Ella. She wasn’t sure exactly when their hatred of each other started, but she did … More #62. Put Two People Who Hate Each Other In An Elevator For 12 Hours. What Happens?
Oh boy. Here goes. I have so many embarrassing moments, honestly so many. However, I think most of them are fairly normal, like accidentally calling a teacher mum, or tripping over the pavement in front of a group of people, or spilling a drink down yourself when you’re wearing a light-coloured shirt. We’ve all been there. Maybe … More #61. Your Most Embarrassing Moment
Dear Dad, So, I’ve done something, something that’s either very bold or very stupid, I haven’t quite decided yet. You have to promise me that you won’t laugh when I tell you, though I’m sure you will anyway. If I wasn’t the one actually doing it, I’d be laughing at myself as well. I’ve signed … More Dear Dad (Please Don’t Laugh)
Screw you. No, but seriously, screw you. What on earth gave you that right? Who told you that that kind of behaviour was okay? I mean really who the hell do you think you are? What makes you think you can get away with treating people like that? With making people believe that you actually … More #60. Screw You
I’ve always loved video games, ever since I was a little kid. My earliest memories of videos games is of playing some kind of dinosaur game with my dad, on a console I can’t remember the name of (though it may have been a Nintendo 64), when I was about 5. I was never any … More #59. Your Favourite Video Game