Saturday, 16 October 2010

Busy Bee ;)

Well, what a week I have had. Has been such a blast, really has. Firstly, just want to say that it was so good to see some of my old University friends again this week, and thanks Emma for letting me kip at yours. Have missed everyone dearly.

Where shall I begin. Some success at last has been thrown my way, after my utter self-indulgent rant in my last post. I finally managed to secure another 6 week internship with a brilliant, dynamic and thriving PR company in film distribution. This makes me very happy. Secondly, worked bloody hard this week, which hopefully means I will come into some much needed cash at the end of this month to fund my two week placement in London. And maybe, have a little shop around for some goodies for myself as a little treat.

Thirdly, I had a fantastic and much needed night out with my girlies to the gay capital of Brighton known as Revenge. It was a jolly marvellous evening, and even though I had work at 8.30am the next day (I didn't drink much as I suffer from the worst hangovers ever) it didn't stop me from boogying on down. Also, a plus to this evening came in the form of HUSSTLE (girl band rejected from the judges houses on X Factor). Was a magical moment for me and my friend Emma.

Fourth on my list of achievements this week has been, being invited for an interview on Monday for, okay don't judge (not that you would), Odeon. Part-time work. I thought I should take some intiative and look for a standard part-time work in the field that somehow relates to what I want to do in life. So, fingers crossed I will soon be in some part-time employment.

...and finally, today I spent the afternoon being very cultured with my dear friend Tom, at the V&A. The exhibiton we saw was fabulous. It took nearly two hours to view the whole thing. Now I advise anyone reading this to get down there and book tickets to see the Diaghilev and the Golden Age of the Ballets Russes as soon as they can. Truely magnificant. Unfortunetly cameras were not allowed, so I can't place any here to demonstrate the awesomeness of the exhibition. We then walked from South Kensington area to Hyde Park Corner, hopped on the tube and headed to Buckingham Palace and St James's Park and strolled through the park having a good ol' chin-wag.

So, having had tragic and dark rant in my last post I feel somewhat uplifted and more confident in where my life is heading, which is a nice feeling I must say. Now I'm sitting here on the sofa next to my mumma watching X Factor with a nice glass of red wine, munching on some delicious cherry liqueurs (courtesy of my good friend Rachael).