Hello ladies and gentlemen!
Well, Christmas 2013 has been and gone, and what a Christmas it has been.
I’m home with my family and I’ve been enjoying the joy of unwrapping Christmas presents, and having traditional family food. I’ve been able to see my friends, and catch up with how they are doing, and see how their University life is going.
I got a pretty nice haul of gifts this year; some Doctor Who DVD’s, Lovecraft Books, and Tim Burton paraphernalia.
The journey home was a challenge enough as it was.
Travelling 250 miles from Ormskirk to Witham is a challenge in and of itself.
A journey that (by public transport) can take nearly four to five hours, and involves at least four different trains.
But still, It was good to finally get home.
When you spend so far away from home, you come to realize just how much you miss it.
But at the same time, I’ve been home nearly 6 days now. I’ve also come to realize how much I love being at the university.
At Edge Hill, you get to have your own room and your own privacy.
Well, all I can say is that I cannot wait to get back to my University home,
after it re-opens on the 6th of January.
— Thought of the Week —
“We all change, when you think about it. We’re all different people, all through our lives, and that’s ok. That’s good, you’ve got to keep moving, so long as you remember all the people you used to be.”