If it didn’t hit you when you handed in your last assignment or finished your final exam, or even when you walked up in front of everyone and were declared an official graduate by the Chancellor, then it will now. That part of your life is now behind you. It’s time to move on.
I realised that I haven’t posted any of my writing in a while so I thought I’d post something new tonight. As I was scrolling through my endless amount of documents in my writing folder I came across something that I haven’t touched in a while.
Over the last 6 years I’ve been fortunate enough to attend concerts by some of my favourite musicians in the world, and each one of those experiences has been completely unforgettable. With no plans to see anyone live in the near future, I thought I’d look back on my favourite concerts and see how they compare.
After a couple weeks of looking back through my back-catalogue I’ve finally got some fresh new photos to show you guys. Taken over the course of a few days, the photos in this week’s instalment see me trying to utilise the remnants of summer before the cold seeps in and the plant life starts to wilt.
It was an intense time for GB who put on an incredible performance in both of the Games, and with it now all over I wanted to look back and see how Rio 2016 compared to the team’s past performances.
It’s another throwback post this week.
With the Rio Paralympics finally coming to a close Team GB went out in style with an action-packed final few days to the 2016 games.
With the Rio Paralympics now in the latter half of the Games GB still show no signs of slowing down as their Golden streak continues.
After receiving some positive feedback towards my poetry a few days ago, I thought I’d upload some more to see what people think.
Team GB started their 2016 Paralympic campaign in the most incredible way, and with the Games now reaching their midpoint, there was no stopping the 2012 hosts from continuing in truly Golden fashion.