But now I am gone, out of Lampyland until my graduation next month and then for good! It's been nice, Asgard Wizard Camp, but boy was I ready to leave. My housemates moved out a couple of weeks before I did and actually I quite enjoyed the quiet, but home was calling me. This does mean I now face the monstrous task of unpacking everything. Eurgh. Thankfully my brother is away for another few weeks yet so it can live in his room but, effort. I'm going to have to sort my room and wardrobe out before any of it can go anywhere...
So that is why I have been absent for a wee while, and whilst I try to arrange my life here it may stay that way for a bit, though there are some things I hope to line up at some point. Whilst I'm back living with my parents and sister (genuine yay - I love being home), it usually ends up that I spend every other night and day round at the manfriend's which means my life is kind of not-so-flowing at the minute: no routine what so ever! I've done the 30DS twice since finishing (yep, I finished!) a week and a bit ago, as it seems hard to slot in. I have to do it in the lounge but don't want to have to kick any of my family out if they are in there, or thump around once they are in bed, so working on solving that one. I don't intend to do it daily anymore, just keep it up. You can almost see abs! Though at a glance nothing much has changed. More importantly, I feel a bit fitter, although the riding helped loads with that too.
In other news, my sister has her final GCSE exam tomorrow, her birthday the day after, and her prom the day after that, and then is off to sixth form college next school year. That makes me feel old! Another thing that does that is that on Sunday, the manfriend and I had been going out five years. Blimey. Admittedly it does feel like forever, but in that most excellent way where it is because you love them very very much. With that, these appeared for me:
And Mum actually had to buy a bigger vase than we owned!
Roses are my favourite flower, closely followed my daisies (the small lawn ones, not the huge ones!), so there you have it.
When I'm around my sister, who happens to be the funniest person I know, we tend to bounce off each other into hilarity, but today had the issue that we both were wandering around the house whistling/humming/singing the same song and so it never got out of our heads. How it got in to start with, who knows?..
Oh, and also I've had a fiddle with the design here, so if there are any glaring issues let me know, like if anything is harder to read etc. than it was before, for example. I'm not enamoured with the header, but was getting fed up of having the text come up with its HTML codes sometimes, so that may not be here to stay but most stuff isn't radically different.