Writing drama has never been my forte but this semester, I am taking a Creative Writing class for drama and so I will be made to confront a new form of writing. The last 'play' or script that I wrote of any significance was way back, in the grand year of 2007, at the age…Read more An Attempt at Some Drama
"Oh bloody hell, not you lot again. You camera people. Didn't you get my warning when we attacked your jumper on your first day here? Winter is our time, not your time. It's meant to be quiet here, don't you know that it is not the season for all you camera wielding people? Why are…Read more Birds of Agadir
As I prepare for the one exam of my first semester, let me remind myself of how I felt after sitting my first university exams two years ago. Impersonal. That is how I would describe the difference between the exams of the past and the exam I sat today. When you would walk into an…Read more What’s Different About University Exams?
They glide like ghosts In the morning mist Exhaling their way through the streets Creeping up on you Catching you unaware Spinning and weaving their magic As they rattle your mind It's like you're in a video game And they, the reckless characters Who seem to do with everything with such ease But their…Read more Ghosts
I'm a small bird in a big city. Its hard to stand out in the hustle and bustle of the everyday chaos. They say life isn't all about looking good but I'll tell you something, my amazingly radiant plumage definitely attracts a lot of attention. I mean, you're the second person to ask to…Read more Birds of King’s College London-1
The house has been in need of a printer for a few months now after the fairly recently purchased one went bust. I swear they seem to make purposely make them as fragile as a bird's skeleton. So I decided to surprise the family by buying one which I had found online and it came…Read more Revenge Is Best Served….Printed?
It seems as though I have been spending more time at home recently which means that I have been getting in the way of my mum a lot more than usual. So I have now gained a bit of experience in how to relax whilst avoiding the angry glare or lectures of the mother. Well…Read more Playing It Safe: What Not To Say To Mum
Maybe it was something that popped up in a conversation recently or something I read, but today I feel like writing about my Grandparents. Four days before my eighth birthday, my grandparents passed away after a carbon monoxide leak in their home. Grandparents are unique in that we love them dearly because they treat us and…Read more Remembering Our Grandparents
When I was a kid, I would go to the shops with my brothers but instead of using the money I had been given, I would abstain and only have a little nibble at what they bought. The pennies saved would go in my money box. Cheeky little bugger, huh? My little brother came home…Read more Sneaky Saver
Well yesterday wqs a bit of an anti-climax hasn't it? First solar eclipse since 1999, make sure you don't stare at the sun directly, make sure you capture the amazing moment; all these headlines were shouted out in the days preceding the 'great 'event.' Yet, what happened in London yesterday? Absolutely nothing abnormal! Clouds filled…Read more Awesome Anti-Climax
I am going to talk about a topic which usually, the less about, the better: braces. I am not going to bore you with the long story about why I got them at this late age. (I actually wrote a description all out but found it too dull. See how good I am to you?)…Read more Brace For It!
Something a little different today. I saw a cone in the middle of the road which reminded me of a past event and then my brain decided to finish it in a crazy funny way. Larry knew he shouldn't move the cone. He'd learnt this when he was very young on a trip to the…Read more Don’t Move The Cone!