I MOVE TO LEICESTER TOMORROW.
I’m writing this post and then packing my computer and having pizza and OH MY GOD I MOVE TO LEICESTER TOMORROW. I’m excited. But also nervous. 3rd year of uni is almost upon me. OH GOD.
I’m going to die.
This is it.
This is the end.
So, before I inconvenience my family with my death, I’ve been working on my mum’s website (which is still incomplete but go look at it, she gets so excited when she gets views), leaflets and business cards. It’s for this therapist thing she’s got going. I’m going to be a graphic designer when I grow up! And a photographer. And an interior designer. Oh, and a game artist. I guess.
Man, I had so much fun arranging the room and holding my breath for inconceivable amounts of time while the camera shutter fretted about the low lighting. The softness on the photo of the stones? Unintentional. My hands were shaky. Seriously though, it was nice. I definitely bonded with my mum over it. I like doing nice things for her.
Apart from that… I’ve been in France. That was also nice. More camera fun;
And I did a painting at another Chateau.
I went kayaking and in true British style got hilariously sunburnt!
I doodled a bit, and I’m starting to find that I have more confidence to sketch imaginatively, on the train or what have you.
I briefly gained confidence in my painting skills, and then screwed it all up again with some dismal attempts a few days later.
So I made myself feel better by buying matching stuff for my bedroom. I’m such a girl.
Long story very short; I’ve been busy, and not just doing art for a change. Which will change, again, as I settle back into university. I’m extremely apprehensive about this year. It’s all I can really say until the ball starts rolling and I see what the year has to offer. I’m still clueless on my FMP, and I’m terrified. Doubtless I’ll start posting regularly again, because I’ll be back into a stressy arty routine and I’ll want to assimilate my week every Friday when I should be boozing. So, here I go.
This is the end! 3rd year, here I come.