So, I’m back.
Most of my time spent away from blogging was sacrificed to school and reading; generally being really nerdy and unsociable.
But anywho, here I am and if I remember correctly, the last time I blogged was in May, and that seems like a century ago.
I do apologise if any of you actually missed my daily ramblings and don’t feel bad if you didn’t, because I’ve come to accept the invisibility of my existence to some people.
So what have I been up to?
Well nothing really worth describing except I wrote my mid year exams and did fairly well, as per usual, my two highest marks were in Drama (95% on the dot) and English (88%, one percent below the highest in my class, may I ever so subtly add).
I also got a new phone! I have finally ditched the old BlackBerry and moved on to better and greener pastures with a new iPhone. And I must admit, the first time I held it I realised what my mother felt when she held me on the day I was born. True joy and relief too, because if you’ve ever had a BlackBerry, you’d know about that stupid little black clock that literally puts your entire life on hold.
I’ve done a bit of reading too and my next blog is currently sitting in my drafts, waiting to be edited because I feel like my review of the book will never be good enough and I’m just generally not satisfied with my expression on how exceptionally brilliant and perfect the book is. You’ll just have to guess what it is for now…
Last week Monday was my first day back at school after mid year holidays and needless to say, I’m having a tough time getting back into the swing of things. My brain is still waking up from it’s 3 week slumber party in my head.
So that’s about it.
OH WAIT. In the time between May and today, I reached 1000 followers on my personal Twitter account, which being apart of the M Generation (i.e the Media Generation), is a great achievement for me.
If you’d like to follow me on there you can do so at twitter.com/itscelinec
It would be much appreciated 🙂
Anyway, I have to go write a literature essay for English entitled, ‘What Does It Take to be a Good Leader’ and I have to write it with reference to Ralph, Piggy and Jack in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies.
STAY TUNED FOR MY NEXT BLOG WHICH WILL BE A REVIEW ON AN INSANELY BRILLIANT BOOK BY AN INSANELY PERFECT AUTHOR.