Good morning fellow bloggers!
I’ve been a bit on and off with my posts recently, but I’m still trying to make time for it as regularly as possible. This month is going to be a bit of a whirlwind for me to say the least.
Around December time last year I had surgery on both of my feet, and unfortunately it was unsuccessful (private healthcare doesn’t always mean high standards). SOOOO, in the next few weeks I should be going in on the NHS to have the procedure done again…hopefully for the final time. I’ve not been able to walk properly for around a year and a half now so people have seen me hobbling around like a peg-legged pirate. I would like to be able to call myself a healthy, young individual, but I would be lying. Fingers, toes, arms, legs, eyes crossed….
Onto some good news…
I only have 40 working days left of my placement (not including holiday or weekends). To be able to sit, gather my thoughts and most of all, not have to set a 7:00am alarm every morning will be amazing. For me, the summer before university is always the best. Gathering everything for my year ahead and having no worries for the last time is something I definitely need to make the most of.
What do I plan on getting up to this summer?
For the most part, I’m unsure, but these are a few things I want to start organising.
Cream fields: Creamfields is a large British dance music festival featuring DJs and live acts. The first Creamfields was held in 1998 in Winchester, attracting 25,000 people. The festival hosts live performances from Run DMC, Primal Scream and DJ sets from the likes of Daft Punk, Paul van Dyk and Sasha. Many of my friends flock to this festival towards the end of August to let loose before our terms start again. This is a slightly older kind of festival compared to the likes of Reading where many people attending will more than likely be 18 or younger!
This is a great way to let off some steam and just be around your friends for a good time. It feels like you’re on holiday, but you have no shower and sleep in a tent…not as bad as it sounds in reality.
Birthday holiday: Last year, for my 21st birthday I took a trip to Marbella with my boyfriend. However, this year, I want to go on a little girls holiday with a few of my friends. We are yet to decide where to go, but it’s more than likely to be somewhere in Greece…being a student and all we are stereo-typically low on funds 🙂 I think holidays are essential to leave your stress and worries behind you…literally, and after this year, I’m much in need of one…or more.
and finally…relax, relax, relax!