Under the shade of the oak tree

Today has been a goooooood day! David and I spent the whole afternoon in Earlham park with some ciders, cheese and onion rolls, oreo cookies and crisps, enjoying the brilliant sunshine. Dogs were running around us and families were pottering around by the stream. We initially started out in the sunshine but retreated under the…

Walks to Bowthorpe Marshes

David and I have been on several walks these last weeks to Bowthorpe Marshes in the evening to get some fresh air and pet the gypsy horses. It’s been so warm lately, and we go in evening when the sun low and golden. We always end at the same bench by the river and sit…

Pimp My Barrow and 17th of May

So life has been pretty boring these last weeks, if I am completely honest. Most days are filled with revision or just worrying about revision, and there isn’t really much else going on. Two days have stood out these last weeks though, including Pimp My Barrow and the 17th of May. Pimp My Barrow was…

Vegetarian spaghetti and short hair

Yesterday evening was quite eventful. For starters I made a huge bulk of my vegetarian spaghetti. I really love this meal, it’s so easy to make and so cheap! It costs under a tenner and makes meals for at least 7 meals packed with vitamins and nutrients. I am so in love.  More importantly though,…

Bluebells and bunny greetings

I got back a couple of days ago, and have been busy busy busy ever since. By the end of tomorrow I’m hoping to have my science communication project done and dusted. I am so proud of Emily and I, the end result is so good and I can’t wait to show the finished product!…

My Last Lecture

On Monday I whipped out my timetable on e-vision to refresh my memory on what classes and classrooms I had for the following week, like I always do, and I was reminded of what my friends and I had been talking about all last week. My last week of lectures of my undergrad degree! Techniqally,…