“What is Grass?” – Walt Whitman

So I titled my first post with a quote, how else do you suppose I tell you just how interesting I am without it sounding conceited and self involved?

I Jest, If I’m completely honest with you then the reason I used a quote was because I just spent the last 45 minutes searching how to title your first blog post, and a quote was on more than one list, who am I to argue?

So who am I? My name is Harrison Callen, I am a first year student at Edge Hill University (which as I am writing this has just won the THE Award for University of the Year), and while I’m here I thought it best I try and get a Degree so I decided on Marketing with Advertising.

I’m originally from Southampton, so made a fair trek to get up here, but as of yet I haven’t dropped a single vowel or T.

As this is my first blog post I don’t have a whole lot to say, so lets talk about where things are going.

I don’t really have anything planned that I’ll be writing about, but you can be sure there will be some accommodation info, and general stuff that is going on at the Uni, I’ll keep you up to date don’t you worry.

You can also always leave a comment if there is anything you want to hear about in particular, and I’ll either answer it in a message or write a whole post on it, if it’s something that would benefit a lot of people.

One thing that will be in all my posts is a playlist I’ve created, because I pride myself on my playlist making abilities, so I’ll add a new song every time I do a post, which will be about once a week.

So this weeks song is a favourite of mine its “Stronger than Ever” – Raleigh Ritchie, if you watch Game of Thrones then you will recognise this guy as Grey Worm, but he is also a darn good singer and this song is my favourite of his

 

Now I realise that I haven’t shared anything too groundbreaking with you on my first post so here are a couple of posts from the past few days that I have enjoyed

Is it too early to start talking about Christmas?

Return of the Open Mic Night

Until Next Time 🙂