Image taken from WeHeartIt.
As I'm writing this post I'm rushing around trying to get ready and also finishing the rest whilst in the car! Girls are definitely natural born multi-taskers! I haven't done a 'Sunday Summary' or a catch up in such a long time and I thought this post would just be perfect to end my Easter Holidays and the week I've just had.
- Firstly, on Friday, I passed my driving test! Now if you've been following my blog from the beginning you might have noticed that every so often something about driving and learning crops up. Well I'm pleased to say that finally, after two years and three attempts I have finally done it and never will have to take that horrid test again! I'm not at all a bad driver, I just severely lacked confidence and on my tests I would make the most stupidest and simplest mistakes which resulted in a major and me failing. But this time I got my nerves under control and did a one week intensive course which I recommend to anyone who suffers with nerves or confidence when it comes to driving. Getting in the car everyday for 5 days, 4 hours a day just did wonders for my confidence and although it was tough I wouldn't have done it any other way. I'm just so over the moon and have loved driving my little yellow Mini around this weekend!
- I've finally decided that I want to go to Uni to study Early Childhood Studies. I know I'm a late applicant and will have to go through clearing, but I'm trying. The Uni's I'm looking at going to are Oxford Brookes, London Met and Croydon. If any of you go to these Uni's or are studying the course please get in touch and leave me a comment, would love to find out more information and actually get a personal opinion!
- Unfortunately, in February I got made redundant. Luckily enough I had lots of money saved up and still do, but job hunting is proving to be so difficult. I want a part-time job in retail as that's what I've been doing for the past few years but they're now looking for people with 5-10 years experience and I got told I was under qualified! It's becoming a joke, each week I'm handing out CV's filling in applications. I'm really starting to hate on the government and economy. Politics in general just makes me so angry, they haven't a clue how to run the county, which makes this weeks death of Maggie so sad, and I'm so angry at all the abuse which is being hurled around all related to her. What makes it worse is it's by people who either weren't even born, or weren't old enough to know what she did for out country when she was in power. I'm not saying I know a lot as I'm only 19, but I'm mature enough to be respectful and realise what she did do. It's absolutely disgusting what these people are doing!
- Although there hasn't been masses of interesting things which have been going on in my life recently, well none to you guys. I love spending my weekends with my family, boyfriends and friends. I just wanted a little chat with you all, as we haven't had one in a while. With all these changes going on at the moment, I'm finally starting to feel myself growing up and maturing, and I love it. My life right now couldn't be any better and I'm extremely happy and content! I loved the picture I stole from WeHeartIt because although as we all mature, grow up and live our own separate lives, there will always be that part of me that wants to stay a child forever!
I hope you've all had lovely weekends and Easter breaks! What have you all been up to recently? I'd love to hear from you.