Driving Home for Christmas

Well technically, I am getting a train home for Christmas. Regardless of transport, I now have 2 weeks holiday. A guilt free Christmas for the first time in over 6 years. No exams, no coursework, no deadlines. Just plenty of family time, wine and good food! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDt3u2Ev1cI

No Place Like Home.

It's true, there is no place like home. Glasgow for me is now home. My flat is now finished and I love it. All the little details have come together nicely. Starting with my new keychain. Who doesn't love a Lego astronaut complete with flashlight?! Thanks Grant! Adding a bookcase to the hallway was a

Home Comforts.

Dorothy was right, there really is no place like home. After the stress of exams, I decided I just wanted to go home. Slightly easier said then done since Aberdeen is at the opposite end of the country to Southampton! So on Father's day I travelled up to "surprise" Dad. Sidenote - he had read

Snoozy Sundays.

Happy Sunday! This is the first Sunday I have the chance to just be lazy and spend the day in bed. Today's plans include: Read the Casual Vacancy by JK Rowling. I am currently in the middle of it, and haven't had the chance to finish it. Hoping to finish it soon, to bring my