Monthly Archives: October 2011

Independent and mature

I am an independent girl now. On Friday, my mother dropped me off at the bus stop, and I got on the bus. I traveled for two hours, and spent two nights in a different city with my Auntie and … Continue reading

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I love youtube

I have learning to play the piano for about 9 months. I love it, it is a really worth while experience learning an instrument, if you can be bothered. One of the ways that I have been learning to play … Continue reading

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Minecraft. One game, many sterotypes.

I love mine craft. I’m addicted. Obsessed might be going to bit far, maybe enthralled is a better word. I know many of you probably have no idea what mine craft is, and again, many of you probably don’t care. … Continue reading

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‘Bitter End’ Book Review

Bitter End is a book written by Jennifer Brown. I got it from the library a few days ago and thought I would do a book review on it. Bitter End tells the story of seventeen-year-old Alex who is in … Continue reading

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Hello and Welcome

This post is pretty much explained by the tittle, it is just an opportunity to say hello to all our potential readers (who will hopefully remain our readers by the end of this post) and to say welcome to the … Continue reading

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