Tuesday, 11 November 2014

A Week In The Life

Hi everyone!

I've been very busy lately, as the school year finishes in only a matter of weeks! 18 days, but who's counting? These next to weeks are absolutely jam-packed with exams, and assignments, and what am I doing? Procrastinating.
I probably shouldn't, but here's been the last week(ish):
- I've started going to yoga on Tuesday nights! It is actually really good, and I feel great afterwards. Definitely recommend if you dislike exercise but want to do something that's good for you.
- I went to Husk and Honey again. This time Alice and I took the boys and it was lovely. Somehow, Alice and I both got the quinoa stuffed eggplant, with a mixed fruit smoothie to share while one of the boys got a chicken and salmon salad and a blueberry smoothie.

we took sulley for a walk on the beach

my cabin from biology camp

how cute is it?!?

"the chickybabes" - second on trivia night

us school captains, with the principal and kevin rudd
 So, if I haven't already told you, I was announced as school captain the other week, and we had our annual school awards night just the other day where the four of us were introduced to the public as 2015 school captains. But what made it pretty freaking awesome was the fact that Kevin Rudd was there to give a speech and we got a photo! (which he put on his twitter, we're basically famous)

sulley actually took a selfie

And I learnt how to braid! Unfortunately, I can only do a Dutch braid, but I think I did Kiara (my sisters) hair pretty well. It was Katniss inspired because I am fully pumped for Mockingjay Part 1.
So yeah.
As you can see, I have literally been doing everything but assignments. No, seriously. The procrastination got so bad I rearranged the furniture in my room. I think it's getting out of hand.

Monday, 10 November 2014

Ain't No Passin' Craaaaze

Hi everyone!

The other day, I had the amazing opportunity to see the Lion King Musical. The school took a group of forty down to Brisbane to see this spectacular show. I can tell you right now, that it was absolutely incredible and I loved every second of it - the singing, the costumes, the orchestra. It was all freaking amazing. I cannot stress enough how good it was, and if you get the opportunity to go, please do! It is well worth it.
Of course, we had to buy churros and visit the lolly shop before hand, and the whole day was beautiful.
on the bus

relaxing at southbank

alice and i

lining up to buy my poster

a cheeky snap in the theatre at interval

we met nick afoa (simba)
P.P.S. Full photo credit to my friend Alice, who can be found here: http://aliceburgumblog.blogspot.com.au/