Monday, 30 April 2012

I'm baaaack!

Did you miss me?

Yes, I'm back from South Africa. Well, I have been since last Sunday but I've been so busy catching up at school and what with exams in two weeks' time...ARGH!

Two more months of hell then I'm outta that hole!

Until I go on to do my English A Level of course.

Yup, that means I have decided to pursue my writing career. I can get to Engineering whenever the hell I like, but writing books and FILMS kinda needs to get ahead with now! It's funny how I've dismissed my passion for writing for so long and only now, since I have next to no time to actually do my writing, have I decided how much it means to me. Hell guys, all I've ever wanted to be able to do is read and write; when I was three and still in nursery, while all the other kids drew pictures for their parents, my mum got letters from me. Doesn't it count for something that I still love to write?

Anyway, that's not the point of this post. South Africa was IMMENSE! I loved it. I've been learning Afrikaans as well (Goeie naand my vriende! That means 'Good evening my friends'), which is getting on my friends' nerves, but oh well. They're only jealous!

So hopefully you'll be treated soon with a new chapter of 'The Long Way Home', but as I say things are pretty intense at school since it's the last two months left. Gee, I'm freaking out!

Well, ciao folks, peace out, aaaand keep smiling!





Claire

4 comments:

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    1. Hey! Yes, don't worry I'm back! How've you been? Just looking at your blog; my you've been busy in my absence!

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    2. I've been well. Looks like you've been having some amazing adventures. I'm glad that you're back my friend :-)

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    3. I can't tell you how much fun I had! It was lovely to finally get to know my family there. I can't say I'm glad to be back in England, but I'm happy to be back on here :D

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