Sunday, February 22, 2009






TYC had better not overrun.
Ergh, back to school tomorrow.

Apparently we have an English mock?!

I suppose I should keep working, but this was just a quick post to say I'm not dead.


I feel as though I should say something kind and caring...but hey...he's single, so:



Wednesday, February 18, 2009

For People Who Read This Blog:

My laptop is scewed and by screwed I mean that I'm going to have to find a HP Hardware supplier, send it off, get new parts fitted, pay for them and so on. It is going to be a lengthy, expensive and incredibly irritating process.

Basically I will be out of the blog/laptop/internet in general loop for a fair few months.


It is going to take a while for this all to blow over and sort itself out and it couldn't come at a worse time as my Media production has to all be done within about 5 weeks or something stupid and my English coursework is beginning and it's all generally very hectic and it is at the point where I need my laptop more than ever.

It's not just that I won't be on the internet, it is that I will lose all my iTunes, all the pictures I have saved over the past year or so (many of which are VERY important for me, both for sentimental and hot guys from Heroes to ogle at reasons) as well as ALL of the coursework I have done in the last year. And of course, because I was totally caught off guard with this happening, none of it is backed up via USB pens or anything.

I'll put it like this.

Basically the man who came to look at it said that I might as well buy a new laptop with the time and money it is going to take.
And I would.
I'll just pop into the garden to take several hundred quid off that money tree that is so handily planted out there. And while I'm at it, maybe I'll pay for driving lessons and my University fees.

For a while, this is auf wiedersehen,

or in mine and Maddy's language - TCHUS KASE.

Goodbye, world.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Bollocks bollocks bollocks.


I can't think of an excuse that's plausible enough to see me through to the end of the year without everyone hating me.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Today has been pretty tough.

I went to Media this morning promising myself that I would tell Imogen how uncomfortable I felt about the whole London with a bunch of people I don’t know thing. It didn’t get off to the best of starts as I went to the wrong classroom and ended up sitting in there for 20 or so minutes with a load of the guys. There was a note on the door telling us to go there, we weren’t being stupid.

Anyway, I got to the right room (the original room) and Mr Allison wasn’t in there. Instead Mrs Lean was taking the lesson and she was giving back our practice exam essays. I sat down, and after a few minutes managed to mumble to Imogen – ‘Next Monday...erm...where are we going in London?’ to which she replied ‘I dunno...wherever’. I wasn’t exactly filled with confidence. She turned around and started talking to Tom about ‘actors’. And by ‘actors’ I mean a bunch of her friends that she was going to find in the spinny. This is a place where people go to smoke/bunk/take drugs. You see where my problem was. Of course, I was too shy to say anything. She started saying how she wanted people to bring ID so she could film ‘in places’. I just turned away. I was fighting back tears and desperately nibbling my pen.

I continued to stare into nothingness and fiddle with things and generally attempt not to burst into a sobbing mess. Mrs Lean came over and said – ‘You look really depressed today’. I managed to mumble – ‘Can I talk to you after the lesson?’ but she said she had a class then, but she could talk to me now. I nodded and followed her out of the room and up the corridor near the toilets.

I promptly burst into tears and mumbled nonsense words trying to explain how I don’t get on with my group and how I don’t think I’m getting listened to and how I’m worried my mark is going to be pants because of it. Mrs Lean completely understood, and I was so thankful for it. She said that she would email Mr Allison to ask if there was anything that could be done. She suggested working with another group, and I begged asked if I could go with Rosie and Alex in the other group. She said she would see what she could do.

I was a mess. In between the tears rolling down my face, I was sniffing, rubbing my eyes and making silly noises as I tried to regain some composure. She said I could have a few minutes to sort myself out in the loos, which I did. I felt so stupid, but I was at the end of my tether and I couldn’t see anything else that I could do. I didn’t mean to cry, but I couldn’t help myself. After sorting myself out, I went back into the classroom. For once, I was glad that I was completely ignored by everyone around me. I scribbled my email address down and handed it to Mrs Lean at the end of the lesson so that she could email me with what was happening.

I thanked her, something along the lines of – ‘Thank you so much, thank you’ and left the room. My dad was a bit late, so I had time to check that it wasn’t obvious I’d been crying.

Anyway, I got home and there was an email from Mrs Lean saying that she had spoken to Mr Allison and that they didn’t see a problem in me working with Rosie and Alex. She also said Mr Allison wanted to talk to me (argh!) so I emailed back with my home phone number. I’m dreading the call.

I’m dreading even more telling Imogen I’m not in her group anymore. She will be pissed. But to be honest, she had her chance to include me and listen to what I wanted to say – and she didn’t take it. Her loss to be honest. Even Mrs Lean said I’m one of the best students in the class. Plus, I still have to sit next to her in Media lessons, which is going to be incredibly awkward. But that’s another problem. And I’m sure I’ll overcome it.

I now need to concentrate on getting all my work done. It’s going to be a busy half term, but I’m feeling so much more confident about it and I’m prepared to do anything I can to get the grade I want.

We got those exam essays back and I got a B+, and she said that everyone had been marked down a grade. So that means I got an A+! I was so flippin’ shocked! Even better, I looked over to Imogen’s and she had a D. I actually grinned through my tears.

That’s what happened in my day, how about you?

Monday, February 9, 2009

I'm not having a good day.

It's not going to get any better.


Sunday, February 8, 2009

Oh my God, The Lion King soundtrack is so unbelievably emotional and moving, yet powerful and inspiring at the same time. And I'm not even onto the stampede track yet.

I think I might have fixed my laptop. I mean, I bloody hope I have.

I've also lost my script for A Level drama already (as James May would say - Oh Cock)

Ermm. I actually have nothing to say.



ohmygod, Mufasa death music - *sobs into pillow*

Saturday, February 7, 2009


"We're seven hours late for work today because we partied at Crown Bar until we passed out - no, not from drinking, from shock. It happened right after we saw 19-year-old Hayden Panettierre ALL OVER Jesse McCartney.
And when we say ALL OVER, that's exactly what we mean. She was holding him tighter than Michael Phelps gripping that bong. The Heroes star was sitting on Jesse's lap while he kissed her neck. Then she got up and did some crazy sexy dance in his lap.
So, it looks like goodbye Milo!
It must be over between Hayden and her long-time squeeze Milo Ventimigla, 31, because after her inside PDA with Jesse, 21, they went outside to smoke and he wrapped his arms around her from behind and was kissing her neck again. (It started to look like an episode of True Blood; dude has some sort of next fixation for sure.)
In the middle of this, a girl approached Hayden to ask for her autograph on the back of a store receipt. Hayden was nice enough to oblige.
Girl, don't even try to talk your way out of this with Milo. That is, of course, if he's still in the picture. We saw it with our own bloodshot eyes."

Ok, so usually I'm not into the whole gossip omg/guess what/she's fucking him/he's fucking her/bullshit, but this?
Too much.

I like Hayden.

I LOVE Milo, obviously.

If this is true...then...I don't know.
Will the Heroes cast family become an akward place?
What if all the amazing Heroes cast rapport is destroyed?

It's so totally not my place, but - WHAAAAAA :'(

My laptop keeps freezing. Everytime it does, I die a little bit inside.

As for Mr Bale -

I guess an apology is an apology. Hmm.

Also - Heroes does not start next week. I actually cried a bit when I found out.


Anyway, tomorrow I must do an essay for the first time in weeks. Obviously it will be pants.
It's on synergy or some shit like that.

I'm off to bed with Kasabian. Not like that you dirtymindedpeople.
If only. Oh, Tom Meighan.....

I fucking HATE ITV.

"The listings for Sat Feb 14th for ITV are now available, and it's confirmed that Ant and Dec will start airing, not Primeval."

Ant and Dec. Seriously.

First the Football/Advert cock up, and now this?!?!?

Sort it out ITV.

Friday, February 6, 2009

Okay, so this:


And then this:


1st is Milo at the 'Fanboys' screening.
2nd is the new DSC vid, promoting their new comic Beserker, ft. Milo going well, beserk.

Check out the DSC videos on youtube, when you have a minute.

First: Put this on while you read this blog entry:

Today, nothing much happened at all. The snow was samey (white and cold) and I stayed in bed for most of the day. I finished the Super Bowl, all 4 hours of it, PITTSBURGH STEELERS the eventual winners. It was a close one, and for a while I though the Cardinals would get it but Santonio Holmes caught a pass from Ben Roethlisberger in the end zone and got the touchdown that won the game. It was great fun to watch.

I went out for a ride with Dad in the new car, and we got very excited over the beverage cup holders, storage areas under the seats and the CD player, which we chose to test by playing the Prodigy through at a high volume and the bass systems on full blast. I got out of the car with ringing in my ears. Trudging round Morrisons was dull, although there was a great offer on cookies which we took advantage of.

Anyway, I got back and had a bath, before wasting the rest of my evening Twittering and watching Scrubs on youtube (hence the song). Tomorrow the 6 Nations starts - EXCITEMENT! I'm really looking forward to it, and next week I think there is a friendly between England and Spain, I'm onto football now by the way. I go for Spain everytime, even though I am in no way Spanish, their team is amazing and wonderful to watch. Plus David Villa, Fernando Torres and Iker Casillas are all total sexcakes.

Apparently Volume Four: Fugitives will begin airing on the 10th of February, which is next Tuesday!!!

A friend told me this, so it might be true or not, it's not definitive - but if it is YAY!

Here is the cartoon I drew for Maddy, but I feel is relevant in this moment of Heroes excitement. Enjoy!
Basically Nathan is asking Mohinder about Peter's abilities and what he can do, just as in the episode 'The Fix' from Volume One. Watch it and see.

Sorry about the quality, I took it from the camera.


Nathan: Like a chameleon?
Peter: (as chameleon) I can fly?!
Mohinder: More like a sponge...
Peter: (as sponge) Hmpf.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

BEAUMONT SAY - Watch the Weather! 7:25am Friday 6th February - School is Now CLOSED for the day.

SANDRINGHAM SAY - CHANGE OF PLAN! Due to the heavy snowfall, we regret that we are closing school today, Friday February 6.

I SAY - Ha, cool.

Although I really wanted to get my Heroes essay question today, I'm so excited about it!

I'm trying hard not to be disappointed in Christian Bale. He's not making it easy though, is he?

If he wasn't so damn hot, and a great actor, I'd be posting a very different blog entry.

Hmm. Also - Twitter is awesome. Tomorrow could either be pants or good. I'm going to put together 45 seconds on Sylar for a Media presentation - how on earth can I get all his sexy, evil, murderous, misunderstood hotness into 45 seconds?!!?!?!?! BAH!


lmao, I love Scrubs.


Please say yes, and I'll follow you.

Once I work out how to of course.

Alright, I'm back from Sandringham and I've finished my day. You would think I'd be pleased. But no, instead I've given up the first Monday of half term to go to London and do the filming for my Media coursework.

The thing is, I don't really know London, and I'm going to be completely out of my comfort zone because I'm going with Imogen and Tom, who I'm sure are nice people, but I just don't know them that well at all and they are not the kind of people I would usually go out with. Also, I don't know who our actors are, I think Imogen is sorting that - but at the moment I feel as though it's going to be all of them...and then me.

The prospect of getting the train home alone scares me, but the prospect of spending a whole day with people I don't even know? I am terrified.

Maybe I'm blowing this whole thing out of proportion. I don't know. It's an A Level that I desperatly want to do well in, I think I'm just going to have to keep reminding myself that.


Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Is five or whatever posts in one day getting a bit OTT?

This is precisely the reason why I should get Twitter. Hmm.

The theatre was good, my Dad and I went to see 'Cat's Cradle' at the Maltings Theatre. It was good apart from these giant lips that randomly appeared and sang to us as if we were having our own private balamory performance. And the really creepy puppet. And when this guy in the audience's phone went off in the middle of a really tense scene when the main character realises he is that last man alive. It seemed to drag on a bit as well.

ANYHOO - Time for bed methinks. I have my worst day of the week tomorrow.

Bugger. Oh! Before I forget - If you have a spare moment, listen to the Lord of the Rings soundtrack. Seriously awesome. I can't get enough of it and it's been on repeat on my iPod for months.

Saturday, 14th February - CARLISLE UNITED vs. BRIGHTON.

Yesss, I get to see Danny Graham again :)

In honour of this post, I have decided to redecorate my blog. Again.

And seeing as this is my fourth blog post today, I think I probably need to get off this laptop, and get ready for the theatre tonight. Bloody hell.


Seriously, as if my day could not get any better: PICS OF MILO AND CHEWIE!


My camera literally just arrived!!

Ok, calm, scissors, open - YAY!

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

I'm currently wondering whether I should get Twitter or not.

Apparently it's the new big thing, and I've looked at a couple of other peoples, but I have no idea how you use it. It looks quite complicated, but also quite cool - so I don't know.

Maybe I'll sort it out when I get back at 10:30ish.
Hehehe, I love Wedesdays, I only have double English first thing the the whooooooooooole day off!

Anyway - TWITTER, Y/N/M?

Just pointing out now, I'm fairly new to this and I am yet to understand how to know when I get comments.

So, Thanks to everyone who has left me one so far, and I'm sorry I'm not getting back to you.

In other news, I slipped over whilst putting the rubbish out. There was a little girl watching me from her bedroom window across the road, and I gave her a thumbs up so that she knew I wasn't dead.
Although it did bloody hurt.

And I have school tomorrow and it will take effort that I do not have.

Monday, February 2, 2009

Ok, so I imagine no one is particularly interested, but here is my plan for tonight:

  • Have a bath.
  • Put pyjamas on.
  • See if there is any pudding.
  • Write my diary.
  • Watch the Superbowl on iplayer in bed.
  • Browse the internet.
  • Go to sleep at some ridiculous time in the morning because:



How hot do the boys look?!

And Sylar at the end! Yeahhh!

As if it couldn't get any better, apparently they are releasing a new Heroes Score Soundtrack!!

*is delerious with happy*

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Ok, so I totally stole this from Caitlin, but I have nothing else to do.

That's a lie. I have a lot to do. But you know, procrastination and all that...

Top Five Television Shows:
Top Gear,
Doctor Who,
Skins Series 1+2 but not 3.

Top Five Bands/Singers:
Dixie Chicks,
Imogen Heap,
Tom Petty,
Sigur Ros.

Top Ten Films:
Shaun of the Dead,
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy,
The Dark Knight,
Any James Bond,
The Pirates of the Caribbean Trilogy,
Hot Fuzz,
Finding Nemo,
The Lion King,
Billy Elliot,

Heroes: Peter Petrelli ;)

Top Ten Interests:
6th Form,
Milo Ventimiglia,
Christian Bale,
Carlisle United.

Political Party: Liberal Democrats.
Favorite Colour: Navy.
Favorite Weather: Heatwave.
Favorite Month: January, it's the start.
Favorite Nail Polish: Natural Collection.
Colour of your Room: White, Blue and Gold stars.
Ipod? Old Nano, silver.
Laptop? HP Pavilion dv9000
Camera? Canon Ixus 80, silver. It's in the post as I write this.
Favorite Chocolate: Kinder Bueno.
Favorite Sweet: Sour Patch Kids.
Favorite Board Games: I'm crap at most.
Favorite Animal: Any type of cat. Or whales.
Born? 13th January 1992.
Live? St Albans.
Dreams? To be successful. And I really want to travel: New York, Alaska, Jamaica, Rio de Janeiro, Tokyo, Sydney and Wellington.
Dream County to live in: America would be amazing, but so would Australia.
Favorite Book? The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini.
Book Reading at the moment? Saving Charlie, it's a Heroes novelisation.