Safe to say that, I am so glad, that I wasn't in New York this summer, I guess I now know why I was not meant to be in the States. I don't know what I would have done, or how I would have felt, if I was in the states, when all this drama happened.
Anyway, other than having one crappy summer, minus going to Olympics of course, I am now back at uni and in my final year, eeek. I am absolutely freaking out! My first and second year seemed to just fly by, and now I am in my final year, and before I know it, I would have hopefully graduated.
I have a lot to do this year, besides from catching up with the mounting work and writing amazing essays. I have to apply for the PGCE, and well I am freaking out over which university to apply for, and how I am going to write my personal statement. Applications open next Wednesday, and right now I am freaking out like mad. the date has arrived soo soon, I still can't believe it is October. Deadline is the 1st of December, (I think).
I am so scared, I just want my degree now, and a nice teaching certificate and be done lol. But nope, you have to work for your degree and teaching certificate.
You see I was planning to head over to the 'City that never sleeps,' where 'Bright lights will inspire you.' With BUNAC for the summer. (Yes I want to try the whole Work America thing again) Next year, but it seems I won't have time to do that :( I really want to work in New York for the summer, but I guess that dream will never happen.
So other than freaking out about my future, and getting all upset about not making my dream come true. I am going to the Josephine Hart Poetry Week next Thursday, and I am super excited. Of course when I first heard about it, I heard that my celebrity crush and my slight
Before you all think I am weird/
I am sure you all know who my celebrity crush