Saturday, 28 June 2014

The Adventures of a Bad Blogger

What's that I hear you asking? What have I been up to since I last put up a blog post? Well...

In the whole year I haven't posted anything I've done not an awful lot but enough to share.

Firstly, I experienced my first job at The Open Championship golf tournament. That was one of the best weeks of my life. I got to meet one of my sporting heroes, Rickie Fowler. The week gave me great experience with customers and how to manage with the working life.

Then at the end of July/August I went on a family holiday to Italy. We arrived in Rome and then drove 2 hours down to where my family originates from and explored the surrounding areas which I must say were beautiful. The village my family come from is up a small, lets say mountain and the surrounding areas are in valleys. My mum didn't enjoy the views from up above as the rest of us. We ended the trip in Rome which as always was as beautiful as ever.
Trevi Fountain

After Italy I then entered my final year of formal schooling. Safe to say it was a scary year filled with many regrets but the memories and friends created outweigh that. Senior year was a very scary thought process and even scarier when you actually arrive at that point. Most of the year was filled with "banter" and that is what everyone seemed to say they would miss. 

With not having the best of grades I then had to decide what I was going to go forward and do with my life. I am currently working in a nursery and studying for a qualification in childcare, hopefully this will open a variety of exciting opportunities in the future.

Prom is also on the list of exciting adventures. A year to plan one whole night. The planning was stressful as no one really turned up to meetings or paid their money but in the end we had a fantastic final night as a year group. Thank you to the lovely ladies at Smashbox for doing my make-up!

And that really sums up my year break from blogging! I recently ordered a Birchbox to I am planning a post on that and hopefully a few tutorials but baby steps and the minute!