The Bitchen Six were the result
Of a night which was to become cult
It all started with a few pre-drinks
And led to a mighty great stink
The party went sour
It had only been a few hours
Off we went on a walk
To a place which would become the talk
For days, weeks and months to come
The place where it had all begun
Our home became an awesome night
Which was to be the year group site
Though we now go our separate ways
Friends we shall always stay
So the tale of The Bitchen Six will continue
But who knows where it will take you.
Something to remind me of my closest friends and greatest memories.
To DeeJay, Liz, Marshall, Pete and Tom ~ the other 5 members of the Bitchen Six ~ and Cece and Anita who have been there on the way too,
Thank you for all the best parts of my teenage years.
Monday, 25 June 2007
The Bitchen Six were the result
Posted by Saraheli at 10:38
Sunday, 24 June 2007
Saturday was the day of Sophie's Grease party. But before this I had other things to do like shop and work.
I went into the city at 11.30am and visited the guys at work ti waste time before meeting Mr Tom! Hehee. Got to catch up on some gossip and stuff from the last week which is always good fun. Then went and met Tom off his bus. We went over to Hawes and Curtis to buy his tie for prom. I intended on buying it for him, but he wouldn't allow it. Never mind I have a sneaky hand and will get the money into his pocket at some point over the next few weeks. OR ~ hmm give it to Teighlor, that would work. Oh I am clever at times.
The city was manic with it being the 40th Anniversary of MK and also Sports mania. There were some pretty awesome people there signing and stuff, amongst them being Frank Bruno, Matt Dawson and a gladiator, but there name has completely vanished from my little brain! Either way, it was darn impressive. After wondering around Sports mania we found the Collectormania notice board and it turns out, much to Tom's approval, that he won't be missing the London Exhibition where Patrick Stewart and SYLAR are going to be. I so would love to go but it is unlikely I actually will. Tom shed a tear of joy or hay-fever I'm not sure which yet, and then we hurried over to Fat Face to let DeeJay know. I think that slightly brightened his day but not a huge amount. We only stayed for a bit, then went to get coffee. I'm not sure why we always say that when it never is coffee. Tom doesn't drink the stuff and I usually get cold drinks. We ended up at Millies and Baskins as all the coffee shops were packed. I got my usual large milkshake which I never get half-way through, and Tom got an awesome hot chocolate with cream and chocolate sauce. I love getting drinks with my friends, it makes me feel grown-up 'cos I can choose it. I'm very sad and childish at heart. After that we went over to game station so Tom could buy a new Wii Play hand-set and then went to the bus-stops where I waited with Tom 'til his bus arrived.
I went over to work and sat with George for a bit in the tea room then started work. Nothing interesting happened. The tills crashed so we had to do card transactions manually which is really fun. It's like when you play shop games as a kid. Although this lost its fun rapidly.
After work my daddy picked me up and took me home. I had to shower and change to be back out for 7.30pm. Dad took me to Abbey Hill Golf Club for Sophie's party where I met the first few guests ~ Katy, Emma and Sarah (two girls from Sophie and Katy's work). Sophie came out and her mum took a picture of the two of us before I went in. These were the rules for the guests, before entry you must take a picture with the Birthday Girl! Everyone had gone all out for their costumes and looked really good. T-Birds and Pink Ladies were rife and poodle skirts filled a lot of space. But I think the best dressed HAS to go to Liz. Skin tight peddle-pushers with the black court shoes and shoulderless black top. She made a truly amazing Sandy. http://www.flickr.com/photos/deejaynye/605198588/
The party was pretty good. Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves and most importantly of all, Sophie had a fantastic time! She looked pretty amazing herself actually, in a cross costume between Sandy at the end and Marty at the High School Prom.
I left pretty early considering, I was home by 11.45pm and was just catching up with people and sorting out emails. Nothing particularly interesting really.
I woke up this morning with tears streaming down my cheeks. I keep having the most horrible dreams where really distraught things are happening. The other night I dreamt that the B6 and Teighlor were at mine with my family when DeeJay fell down the stairs and cracked his head open, his brains fell out and we didn't know what to do. It ended with me in the corner rocking back and forth and crying. I was really upset when I woke. But last night's was something entirely different. I dreamt that my Dad wrote me a letter telling me he had cancer and that he had only told me and didn't want the rest of the family to know, then he just sort of faded away into nothingness. There was music playing whilst I read the letter but I'm not sure what the song was. It really disturbs me that I've been dreaming things like this. There doesn't seem to be any reason why I would dream such a thing like that either. It's all just really upsetting.
Today isn't going to be anything good and hasn't been so far. I sent off my accommodation application for Exeter Uni and then have been job hunting for temp work over the summer as I haven't got any extra hours for my part-time job. It really sucks but at least I'll be getting more money in! Saving up for Teighlor, Spain and Uni!!
Hope you have had a more interesting weekend!
Friday, 22 June 2007
Darn this. I am a slow person when it comes to most things!
OK, I guess this isn't too bad actually compared to some other things I'm still behind on.
21st June 2007, the end and the beginning. The morning was my Synoptic RE exam which went pretty well by all accounts. 10 pages of writing with a page and a half of detailed notes beforehand. My goodness, my hand was KILLING me at the end of that session, even though it was only an hour and a half.
At 10.29am my exams in the institution of St Paul's Catholic School were over for good (if I have to re-sit it won't be there!). My class all went up to see Miss Friel and have a long chat and sort out our lunch-date with her. We're all really looking forward to this, she has been the most amazing teacher and really has become more of a friend. I'm really really sad to be leaving her. She's so damn awesome!
Cece, Katy and myself went into the city to get lunch. After this boring activity Cece and I headed back up to the school to see Tom before his Physics exam. Then we sat around and chatted for 20mins or so, catching up with our RE Synoptic teacher in the cafe. My goodness the cafe is seriously odd without 6th form in it. I felt like an impostor. Celia left at around 1.25pm to meet her mum and go home whilst I went and wasted time in the library trying to take my mind off the nightmare ahead of me.
1.45pm - my instructor turned up 15 minutes early to take me on what was to be my last lesson with him. I've never been so nervous in all my life. I thought music practical exams were bad ~ imagine a big room with a table and examiner at one end and you, a music stand, a piano and/or your instrument of choice. That was bad enough but the waiting room at the driving test centre is so much worse.
15.00 - Sitting in the waiting room with seven other people, three potential ex-students. The examiners walked in and called out our names. I was shocked, as a complete calmness came over me when Les Gillett called out my name. The test started at 15.02 and I answered my maintenance questions confidently with no fluffs. Then it was into the car where I had to sound the horn - silly me being a girl forgot to turn the ignition on at first, luckily the examiner wasn't looking. *phew*. Then, it was out of the test centre and around the back roads of Far Bletchley. I am rather pleased that I wasn't taken down through Newton Longville or Central Bletchley as I would actually have cried. As I parked back at the test centre I was quite relaxed and sort of not thinking of anything in particular. When I was told I had passed, I smiled and was happy but not really all that excited. Just felt a bit weird. I got 6 minors for gear changes, bumping the kerb, undue hesitation and driving too slow. My instructor laughed at the last one as he has been telling me off constantly for the last few weeks for driving too fast (this being in the hour before the test too). Well, never mind they were only minors.
Adam (my instructor) drove me to Katy's house where her mum was the first to hear that I had passed. Then Katy came running down. I miss her house! I got a phone call from DeeJay too. I answered the phone with "I passed!". I felt guilty as I had no credit so I couldn't phone any of the people I wanted to. Oh well. We went back to mine around 5.30pm where my mum met us on the drive. I tried to play the game so she though i failed the test, then said in a gloomy voice yeah, I passed. It was so funny watching her, she went a lil mental and screamed and gave me a big hug! Everyone has seemed so much more excited than me. Maybe I will when the insurance on the car is sorted!? I can't wait to give my friends and family lifts and stuff - gonna be awesome!
After a long night of organising and creating Sophie's 18th birthday present, finishing at 1am and still missing key people, we went to bed. Then were up at 6.30am to fulfill a bust schedule. In school for 9am and filling in the last messages of the book. Up to the city to get a card and present, then to Sophie's to wish her "Happy 18th Birthday" and hang around with her on the morning of her 18th year. Around 12pm we headed back into the city to get back to Bletchley and Katy's house. Then went to see Kate's Nan and Grandad - they are so cool, she's lucky to have them so close to her. Her Nan dropped us into Bletchley Central so Katy could get her dress for Sophie's Grease party. Then back to the city from there so Katy could meet Phil and me, go to work.
Pretty busy day. Work was average. Vicki's back home though so YAY to that. BUT George is leaving =( mega bummer. Love that girl. Means Thursday nights are free though. Oh man, changes are happening a lot at the moment, ti's all rather strange.
Posted by Saraheli at 21:28
Wednesday, 20 June 2007
What a boring few days.
What a terrible way to start anything! Well, there's not much else to say for it. After an amazing weekend I slowly got stuck into my exams again. Monday I had a late start, was absolutely knackered. So after leaving myself an hour to eat breakfast and get washed and dressed (and get a phone call which I thought was to say "You're late for your exam" oh goodness exam anxiety sucks!) I went and had *fingers crossed* my last driving lesson. I went up into the city and didn't stall at the traffic lights AND went into fifth gear properly EVERYTIME today. I can't believe I can actually properly drive now. Well, hopefully.
I met DeeJay and Anita at the centre and we went over to Starbucks, but unfortunately our usual hang-out is closed 'til Monday 25th as it is being refurbished. Liz and Hannah S met us there and the four did some recap media revision. Then off they went to sit their last EVER media exam and I twaddled off to my bus stop.
I got drenched! Luckily I had my umbrella with me, but this only kept my head and shoulders dry. But I can't complain, it made me smile to be in the rain again - plus! it meant I could change into my Jim jams when I got home. Hehehee such a child still.
Tuesday I was up bright and early for school (never again) and sat "revising". Anita's brother kindly dropped us off at school where we met DeeJay and a few hours later, Tom. What a bad idea it was, thinking we would revise! What possessed such ludicrous thoughts is beyond my understanding completely. We went ti the city at 11am and had some lunch there ~ OUCH! to the prices at "The Place to Eat" it certainly didn't leave me feeling that way in the least! It isn't even as if they pay their staff particularly well on that. Liz and Hannah S met us again this time recapping Design over lunch. Back to school for exams, Liz driving us all back to the prison. What a boring yet slightly amusing exam! Luckily my thoughts of a certain person didn't run-a-way with me and I focused my mind on the tasks rather than an odd conversation and some good memories.
Tom, DeeJay and myself attempted to revise Psychology at the library after my exam. With one hour to waste we thought it was a good cram time. Pete was supposed to meet us, but unfortunately I lied to him (better tell it this way otherwise I'll get grief for lying >_>) telling him we would be there 'til 8om even though it closes at 6pm apparently ~ Sorry guys!
He couldn't make it up in time and so after a grand total of 19 minutes, we packed up our stuff and all went home.
I have NEVER felt so sick before. The suspension in the bus was atrocious and accompanied by a throbbing head and sickness from the most charming dinner-conversation, I was ready to hurl when I stepped off. By 6pm I was tucked up in bed with the windows wide open, sunglasses on and eyes closed. Turns out it was pressure from the thunderstorm building up which caused this. I truly do despise the sensitive head I own. If the pressure rises, my head starts thumping!
I woke at 4am this morning after a rather disturbing dream, involving squirrels, bears, ghosts, reality hitting me and a random phone call form my Dad informing me of where his stocking was. I was crapping myself when I woke. Then I realised I hadn't revised for my Psychology which was at 1pm today.
Thank the Lord for the morning. Into school at 7.55am and revising solidly til 8.30am. Then using my exam time to my best advantage. I had to sit three darn hours of General Studies this morning - including a re-sit. Oh yes, a re-sit in General Studies. How shameful on me. Never mind it proved perfect for Psychology revision. 5 pages on one paper were crossed out - filled with OCD, Schizophrenia and Cultural & Gender Bias. The other 3 pages making my first exam. Then 4 pages on Ethical Issues and The Use of Non-Human Animals crossed out, and 4 pages of relevant information made-up the second paper. I was quite impressed with myself. It proved most useful when it came to the 2 hour Psychology paper at 1pm. Who knows how I did. All that matters is that it's over with (until Uni anyway).
Now all that is left is tomorrow. BRING IT OOON! (in a true Joe Swanson styley)
Monday, 18 June 2007
After another late night (got off the phone at 2.20am eek!) and then not being able to sleep, a late start on Saturday was imminent! It really wasn't the best idea unfortunately, but I'm just glad that I wasn't working!
I went into the city centre around 12.30 to get some money for the weekend and run a few errands around there. First, I met Celia so that I could give her the cheque for the limo and get some other payments. It was horrid up in the centre. I really can't stand the busyness of it on dull Saturdays. We were in queues in banks and the post office for about half an hour. Why do we always attract the weirdos? Some guy kept butting in on our prom conversation to make pointless comments about the wait. You understand when they're old or something, but this guy was just plain odd!
Anyway, after the city I went on home to get ready for London (YAY!). With half an hour left, I rushed around throwing stuff in my bag and getting changed. Pam arrived at 2pm and came in for some quick lunch and break. We left around 3.30pm in the rain and headed off to the M1. Luckily there was hardly any traffic so we were in London by 5pm. We headed off to Wembley hoping to find somewhere to leave the car over night, but there was nowhere particularly secure around there, so we went straight to the Hotel. I forget how busy London is, no matter what time of day you seem to be there.
We stayed at Blakemore Hotel which is just down from Kensington and not far from Hyde Park. We booked in and freshened up, then went to Kensington Gardens and walked around for about an hour and a half. I forget how beautiful the Parks in London are. We walked over to the "Princess Diana Memorial" and it was so lovely. Luckily it didn't rain whilst we were out. In fact it was really warm and sunny. I decided to regress back to childhood. Off came the shoes, up rolled the crops and in went the feet! It was FREEZING, but so nice to sit and dangle my feet over an edge into running water. I really love water, it's so pure and simple and refreshing! I then thought I'd be clever by going to where the water ran fastest and where the jets were. Off I went, and down I sat. It was well worth it - the rush and feel of it all, but another feeling came over me. A weird sensation really! My bum and whole backs of my legs were drenched. Turns out water splashes when it flows fast, and I'd sat in a big puddle. Oh dear! Never mind, I like attention (I guess!?).
After that, Pam decided it was probably time to leave. We took the long way back to the Hotel, walking past the Peter Pan sculpture. It is beautiful and truly captures the essence of youth, fun and childhood, which I certainly felt that day. Peter Pan is my favourite children's book of all time. The pictures and the words are perfect for when you grow-up.
I had a good night of drinking to follow. I started the ball rolling when we got back to the Hotel ordering to large white wines (Pinot Grigio, not sure which one). Once changed we headed off to a Chinese just off Kensington Gardens. Pimms was ordered and a bottle of Pinot again, stupidly expensive at £20 but very much worth it. After a delicious meal we headed off and went for a wonder. Then ended the night-out with Italian coffee and desserts at Bella Italian, which is actually the real-deal in London. We sat outside with the rain pattering at our feet but staying dry. I had a Calypso (Coffee with Tia Maria, I think) and Tiramisu. It was gorgeous. We wondered back through the rainy streets of London at about midnight. Finally ending with a night-cap in the hotel bar. I strangely chose a double Baileys - not as bad as the first time, but better at the end of the night!
Sunday was an odd start to the day. Pam woke me around 6.30am and then we sat talking 'til 8am. After showering, dressing and breakfast we checked-out and moved the luggage to the car. Leaving it there, we decided to go off on a wander. We ended up at Paddington Station, trying to find Oxford Street, but the maps are terrible in London. So after an hour we headed back to the car and drove over instead.
I LOVE Oxford Street. It has some of the best stores there. And it's made even better when with Pam. She really knows how to shop! We stayed there for 2 and a half hours then headed off to Wembley.
However amazing that concert was, there's no [possible way I can write about it. The Stadium is awesome! It's so big and just crazy. The bands were fantastic, even the one I didn't personally enjoy! So, this is just a basic rundown.
Around 4pm a band called Shy Child (you must check them out on myspace or something, seriously!). Then at 5pm Biffy Clyro came on. They are phenomenal performers. They played Saturday Superstar, yes, amongst there other two most recent releases. A mosh pit was started at the very front, clearly 12yr old boys, and amusing to watch from the side lines. At 6.30pm My Chemical Romance came on and played. Pam loved it, I sat staring dreamy eyed watching the clouds clear and the lighting slowly fade; the stadium slowly fill; and Worzel Gummidge's son run back and forth (as well as this really cute guy in funny shorts). Then at 8.30pm Muse made an amazing entrance and played the best live music Ihave ever heard. They are perfect and amazing and astounding and every other awe-filled word imaginable!
We left at 10.10pm, got to the car at 10.30pm (a 5 min walk supposedly). Then sat for 2hrs in stationary traffic. We got home at 1am and were both knackered. But it was totally worth it. I have pictures from the weekend here:
Go see them! Sorry about some of the shoddy ones. Hopefully my aunts ones will be available soon.
Posted by Saraheli at 18:30
Friday, 15 June 2007
"Sometimes you get so low, you don't know why,
And you get a little unsettled inside.
May I remind you?
That you don't live in poverty,
You got your youth,
And you got a roof over your head. " But I have been singing a replacement line here
"And you got nothing to lose!"
These words have just been going round and round in my head.
Last night I sat with the window open so that the fresh air would reach me. It started raining and I could only hear the patter of it outside. There is something so beguiling about the rain at night that I want to be out there wandering around. So, at 00.42 on Friday 15th June I signed out of MSN and went to my top drawer. I took out a packet of tobacco and some papers. I rolled a terrible cigarette, then re-rolled a good one. I then changed into my pyjamas, put on my flip flops and blazer. I grabbed a box of matches and then crept down the stairs. I took the house keys and unlocked the back door as silently as I could. Then stood out in the garden and had a smoke. It was so relaxing and perfect. I walked around the garden for a bit, then decided to go back in. The night was still calling me though, so I locked up and then went out the front. With my phone in my pocket and the keys in my hand I set off. I just walked around my estate for 20mins or so just singing those lyrics in my head. The rain got really heavy but I carried on with a really contented smile on my face!
I got back in around 01.03. I slipped back inside and locked the front door, then crept up the stairs. I went to the loo, then went to bed. I just lay there smiling and thinking how happy I was right there in that moment! I could have stayed out longer, but I knew I had to be up today! Never mind. I will certainly be repeating that experience, it was just so calming.
Well, off to work now!
It is now 01.36 and I only got home properly 30 minutes ago. After writing the first half of this I went down to the bus stop and stood in the light rain just pondering over anything and everything! Then beauty struck as the first roll of thunder sounded. I really do love summer storms. They are so refreshing.
I got on the bus and headed up o the city to meet Celia. Luckily I got up there early and bumped into Aimee and Ciera. It was good to see them again and to catch up and just have a general chit chat. Then Some old faces came round the corner - Tasha and Kele! Haven't seen either of them in months. They went to school with me yr 8- 12, but both decided college was better. And they are both much happier there now! I love looking back and being able to appreciate how lucky I am and how much I and everyone else around me has changed.
I guess that's all. I would like to write some other things that happened but it would seem quite silly to.
Sorry this took so long I've just logged back in after spending the weekend in London with (Aunt) Pam.
Thursday, 14 June 2007
WOW - What a day!
Did some revision today as I had nothing else planned. Unfortunately I spent most of my free-time catching up with friends and family over Facebook. Oops, but it isn't so bad as I have tomorrow, Saturday morning and Monday! I'm sure it hasn't meant failure is inevitable right?
I got a phone call from Georgia around 10.30am asking to cover her shift at work this evening, which I was more than happy to do, especially since it meant working late night with Jen and DeeJay. If it wasn't for this it would be a full week 'til I'd see DeeJay next and who knows for when I'd see Jen.
In the three hours I had before leaving for work I got some random, boring house chores done and limited amounts of psychology revision ~ though I cleverly stuck notes and posters on the walls of the living room so that it looked like I had been doing much more work when my parents got in! Hehehee I'm a sneaky one at times.
When I got into work, it was to find a dead shop with everyone leaving early. Jen took me to the side when I got down onto shop floor, "I want to talk to you DeeJay later, OK?". Well, I knew exactly what was going to be the talk. Earlier in the week I had got a bit upset when I saw that Jen's relationship status had changed to "just left a relationship". I instantly spoke to DeeJay, really worried and a little upset. I guess I should explain the relationship and background here.
Jen is my supervisor at work who is the loveliest, most caring and fun and talented and beautiful girl you will ever meet. It turned out that she was going out with a guy called Aaron Kendall who went to my school, two years ahead of me, and who I vaguely knew. As time went by I realised she was also friends with some girls who I was also friends with from my school. Jen and Aaron had come and seen a school play I was in with their friends, so it was a nice little common ground there that we shared.
During the holiday season Aaron came and joined the Fat Face team and I got to know him better. DeeJay and I have always been quite close to Jen and so we quickly took to Aaron also making our own little family unit. DeeJay really looking up to Aaron and me, Jen! They were always looking out for us two and having a good time with us and stuff.
Anyway, back to today. I was pottering around in the stock room and stopped for a second. It hit me that when Jen would speak to me, it was going to be like being told by my mum that her and dad were getting a divorce (this hasn't actually happened, I just presume). When I got back downstairs Jen came over and let me know that her and Aaron had indeed decided to take a break from their 2 and half year relationship. We stood and talked over it and she explained why they were doing it and apologised to me. It was so odd, but I don't think I've ever been upset about a break-up like this. I mean, I know I cried when DeeJay and Maye ended, but his was different. It feels so strange to know that they aren't together anymore. Jen even said to me that she felt like a parent telling her children she was getting a divorce. She said that her and Aaron had wanted to sit me and DeeJay down together and tell us properly.
When DeeJay and I left work at 8pm we both gave Jen a hug and had our little moment. As we were walking out both me and DeeJay were feeling quite low. Though I think it DeeJay took it worse than me. I guess I was ready prepared for it, whereas Deej, though he knew about the Facebook thing, didn't think it could be true. I think my surrogate family just had it's first trauma!
I really hope Jen and Aaron are going to be OK. They're still best friends, but I don't think that really makes up for the love they have for one another. They haven't stopped lobing one another or wanting to be around each other. I guess they just need to find themselves properly before they go and add another person to their life permanently like that.
To Jen and Aaron,
You've shared some amazing times and you've made my life so beautiful. You have been my role-models and even now you continue to grow in my respect. Never change!
Wednesday, 13 June 2007
I think that there is someone on m mind as I keep typing their name and randomly mentioned them in my exams today. Luckily I haven't fully daydreamt (?) today so I have picked up on this mistake!
My gosh I had forgotten how painful writing is when doing it for 3 hours straight! Let alone the pain it causes for your eyes, the general boredom and the stress it causes.
My best friend saw me in a new light this morning. I arrived in school at 7.48am OUCH!! But it paid off in the end. I decided leaving early for my 9am exam was the best idea but hadn't vouched for my dear mother to offer a lift. I sat in the library going over notes for my theology exam for 30mins then did some idea bouncing with a classmate.
You'd think cram revising before an exam would calm you a bit, especially when you appear to know everything you'll need. Well, apparently not! By 8.40am I was going crazy outside the Sports Hall, laughing hysterically at the smallest things and freaking out at the even more insignificant. DeeJay was quite in shock to see me in such a state over an exam and found it hard not to laugh at me! I owe him an apology for acting in such a bizarre manner this morning!!
As I sat down for the first paper it hit me that I had neglected to revise aims of punishment and started to get more and more worried. But "Praise be to God!", when I opened the paper I was not lacking relevant information. I don't think I have ever smiled at an RE exam paper in my life until this day. I have a new found love for examiners - the questions were so simple and absolutely perfect! The only downside was the 3 hours spent writing four essays and approximately 20 pages =S Well, at least I never have to do a paper like that again!
I had an hour between this exam and the waste of space exam known better as General Studies. I was hoping that I could sleep or revise during this exam and ended up doing the former. Halfway through this 1 hour and a half exam I dosed off and trailed off mid-sentence. When I woke it was luckily only 10 mins passed and I had time to rectify the dodgy sentence I ended on. I had quite forgotten how positively pointless and irrelevant this exam is, luckily I only have two more left in my lifetime! Though I'd rather not waste those few precious hours on trivial nonsense.
Now to the slightly more interesting business of life - I went to the city with DeeJay, Tom, Katy and Celia to meet Liz for some more prom shopping (only 3 weeks 'til the day now =D). When we got up to the city we met Anita - my whore bitch! - and got some yummy Ice Cream from Baskin Robbins. We then found Liz's jewellery and my make-up. I'm really excited for prom, I'm getting my make-up done at Debenhams, then getting my hair cut http://www.beautifulhairstyles.com/cute/kelliepickler.html
Hopefully it will be like this but in my natural darkish brown colour! I'm completely in love with my shoes for prom too http://www.flickr.com/photos/saraheli/544193596/. They're just so pretty and cute and sweet!
Other than that this day has been pretty non-plus!
OH, but before ending I must publicly - or not so - congratulate my beautiful SpongiePie who passed her driving practical yesterday. She is such a sweetheart, she took all four of us tag-a-longs home this evening!
Well done Spongie!
Posted by Saraheli at 17:49
Tuesday, 12 June 2007
This is the first time I've used this but I know it's worth it after being a lover of many blogs available here already!
I'm in the middle of my A-Level Exams at the moment so it's all a bit stressful and silly.
Just a little low-down on me I guess. Well, I'm 18 and at St Paul's Sixth Form until 21st June when my exams finish for good. I've been there for 7 years so it feels good to be leaving but properly weird too!
I'm the youngest of four kids. One big brother heading the army and two sisters. Although I think my 2nd family is more interesting. My friends are who my life revolves around and I'm sure it will be this way for a long time. I got to choose them and they don't care about the little things. They're amazing really!
Thank you for listening/reading!
See you around people.