Studying at Bath Spa University for a Masters in Writing for Young People. Soon you'll be able to find me in all good bookshops (and a few rubbish ones too :P) I love reading and writing. My writing is usually fantasy aimed at 9-12 year olds or teens and my favourite books are quite simillar!
I love rabbits, owls and butterflies, the colour purple and anything apple or cherry flavoured. I love to laugh. I like sweet foods. Actually I like food. I have no will power when it comes to chocolate.
Kinda cosplayed at London October Expo but I wasn't very good or recognisable (Kurenai from PS2 game Red Ninja: Edge of Honour). But now I've signed up for Amecon and got to know some other people that do it too I can't wait!!!
Tue, 31 Aug 2010 13:03:49 GMT
This time last year we had just moved into the house. See this entry
We had no electricity upstairs, had to use a lamp to light up the bathroom and extension cords to power everything (which then had to be moved downstairs each morning for the builder to use). Our bed had arrived but mattress hadn't so we were using a spare that was too small for the frame. All my stuff and some of Dom's were in bags everywhere. Only the two bedrooms had carpet. Downstairs we didn't have a working kitchen, our fridge was in our living room, our 'dining table' was a fold out table and our chairs were two office chairs, a rolling office chair and the builder's England flag chair. The room was full of dust and dirt and building equipment, as was the hallway. We were using our bedroom as our living room and our living room as our 'kitchen/dining room'. Trying to keep clean and organised was a difficulty. Our porch was filling was rubbish.
It was a nightmare.
But a year on it's looking amazing (as many of you will get to see in the next few weeks). It's not finished but it's a huge improvement and almost unrecognisable from its previous state.
Tonight we're celebrating that first week we lived here with no kitchen and survived on takeaways but, yup, ordering a takeaway. XD Nothing fancy but a little gesture to say 'we made it - this is partly thanks to our efforts. And hey, one year on we haven't killed each other. Score!'