It’s been a while since I last posted.
At least I think it has been. I didn’t actually check when the last post was made or what it was, I just clicked on to the ‘My Stats’ page from my favourites bar and dived in to writing another one. If it’s been a few weeks then please forgive me – I’ve had exams. If it hasn’t, then hello.
One of the highlights of the year for millions of 16-year-olds across the UK is the extended summer which we all receive once we finish our GCSE exams (for me, that’s Monday). We’re all on study leave right now, actually, meaning we only go into school if we have an exam. Normally I would just be finishing up another Spanish lesson and heading off to Maths, but since all my exams in both subjects have been completed I am instead lying in my bed half-dressed typing furiously away at my poor old laptop.
Indeed, it is an exciting prospect – summer, that is. Traditionally schools close at the end of July but we get an extra month to do with as we please. For the first time in a very, very long time, we have a huge holiday with nothing to worry about. No further exams, no summer projects set by school – just pure freedom.
Well, there’s college, but still. Continue reading