They're right here!
Look just a little bit more-
Ohh I can smell them...
Yummy chocolate and strawberry...
...with hundreds and thousands...
and custard filings, mmmm!
...Now that I've got your attention, I'd like to give a little update to my comparatively insignificant life.
Before my birthday I was feeling pretty naff. I had a bout two weeks of horrid depression and I could see that big black hole looming over me, as it does, and I started to drift a little.
Then I decided to go for a walk, and I found that just around the corner from my house is a massive field full of wildflowers and hills and birds and giant dragonflies that hardly anyone ever visits. I sat on a rocky hill and looked out and could see nothing but trees and flowers for ages, and decided that life wasn't so bad after all.
Then, just before my birthday, I met up with some good friends and with them, Leo and I went for a walk to Bushy park and Hampton court palace gardens. We walked for hours in the scorching sun, waking pictures, catching up, having a picnic and enjoying the beautiful day. Then I decided that life was kinda good to me sometimes.
On my birthday, Leo and I went to see the olympic torch run through an area near where we lived. It was really great to be part of such a significant event and to be around other people having a fantastic time also. Shortly afterwards, we went to my parents house and my whole family was there. We had a barbecue outside and I caught up with all of my family members. I then decided that life was great.
After my birthday, I met up with another friend and we visited the Natural History museum, which I had been planning on doing for years but never did. We caught up, and we saw some absolutely amazing things- we spent a lot of time in the precious stones part of the exhibition as we are both crystal fanatics. We saw a giant room that had painted on it a map of the stars. We saw dinosaur bones and fossils. I bought myself a little citrine rock to give me good luck for the job interview I was going to have the next day. Afterwards, I decided that life was pretty damn awesome.
Then I had my job interview. It went well. I felt like a succeeded. The next few days were a blur. I had to make some tough decisions. I had to disappoint some people. I had to take a massive risk.
Today I found out that I got the job that I wanted, and I have decided that life is freaking neat.
Important things to draw from this story:Walking around in a flowery field in the fresh air watching nature is free.
Meeting up with good friends and going to Bushy park is free.
Seeing family and spending time with them is free.
Visiting the Natural History Museum is free.
And these are all of the things that took me out of my depression and made me feel better again.
I hope you read this, because it might just help give you a new perspective on life and how it's not so bad after all