29 May 2018

How One University Party Changed My Life (Part 2)

When I walked into that Halloween party all those months ago, which honestly feels like it could have been last week, I'm in awe. I had to stop and ask myself if knowing everything I know now about what I've been through over the last few months, with those 'nurses'- or just the one in particular- would I still have gone to that party?
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24 May 2018

How One University Party Changed My Life (Part 1)

At the start of the University year, in September last year, a student halls nearby to where I live threw a party and word spread which eventually meant that every University student in what felt like a 1000 mile radius- and their uncle- pitched up to the party. An innumerable crowd arrived at the halls which realistically could only comfortably manage about 50 people. Hence, it's no surprise that security shut the party down but not before rubbish dumpster jousting. Yes, that is exactly what it sounds like.

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22 May 2018

4 Quotes That I Live By

As you may know, recently, I've had to re-align myself with my values. I'd been dealing with matters of the heart which left me rather battered and bruised. I'm proud to say that although my heart is still broken, I've managed to put many pieces together which gives me hope that I'm on the way to feeling less tattered and eventually make a 'full recovery'.

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15 May 2018

When Death Knocked At My Door

I'm searching my memory banks for all the times I've had to tell someone that a loved one has died. I'm 19-years-old and grateful that death hasn't ever knocked on my door. I've seen death bang on the doors of distant family members, one time relentlessly when three members died within months of each other. But never so close to me. Never on my door. That changed today.
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10 May 2018

The END: My Story of Teenage Heartbreak

It's funny how things come full circle. I'm back in the washing room where I wrote this personal life update back in November. Like that cold evening at the end of the year, I'm surrounded by the swish-swash of my two-week's worth of laundry swirling and twirling around amongst soap suds. I've also put a playlist from Youtube on. It's called 'Escape Everything'. I'm not sure what that says about my mental state right now, but it's relaxing accompanied by the swish-swish of the washing machine infront of me. So, it seems apt to end this series in the washing room.
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4 May 2018

We 'Break-Up' in the End (Part 3)

From previous parties at Julian's house, I knew where his room was. As I walked in, the first thing that hit me was the smell of cologne. Julian had sprayed some form of deodorant or put on after-shave or something of the sort and I could smell it. Luckily, it didn't smell bad, just very boyish. I found Julian all flustered. He'd changed into something more comfortable but he was sweating.
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