Like a rolling stone
15th Apr 2012
I’ve told myself that I need to get into more of a routine when it comes to blogging. I want to blog more but my memory is like a sieve and I forget little things that happen throughout my day. By the time I get home from college the only thing I can think to write to summarise my day is “Went to college” and that is basically what my diary consists of.
So my challenge to myself is to blog at least once a week. I’m not sure if I will stick to it but lets try and be optimistic, for once.
This morning my dad flew out to Portugal for a few days. I can’t say I envy him as he will be doing work while he’s out there. If you are a frequent reader of my blog (I’m referring back to the days of Imperfect Angel now) you will know that every summer I go on holiday to Portugal. My dad’s friend owns a villa out there and he lets us stay there for a very reasonable price. If we can get cheap flights, it works out as a bargain. Anyway, my dad and his friend have decided to fly out to Portugal to do some maintenance on the villa. It’s a working holiday I suppose, but I know my dad will end up in a bar. I can’t say I blame him.
College starts again tomorrow. Monday is a pretty empty day for me in terms of lessons so I finish at 11am. I will be spending the rest of my free time patching up coursework that I haven’t bothered with over the Easter break.
I still have a considerable amount of work to do in terms of transferring my content over from Imperfect Angel. To be honest, it has given me a good chance to clear out some of the content and make updates where I think they are necessary. As always, college work comes first so I apologise for empty and messy pages. It will all be sorted soon.
If you are still interested in seeing photographs from my Mediterranean cruise, visit my
photoblog (now closed). So far I have added the photos from Corsica and Rome. There is still lots more to come.
I will leave you with a funny article I read the other day. I’m a pretty big fan of The Who and yes I would like to see the remaining members perform again, though it wouldn’t be the same without Keith Moon or John Entwistle. But how oblivious can someone be to ask a person who has been dead for over 30 years to play at the Olympic games?!