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Firstly there was my 22nd Birthday. This involved taking my household and our friends household to an all you can eat buffet restaurant. Organising a lot of people (16) can be quite an effort but we all got there in the end and enjoyed the food. I was more sensible this year and instead of eating so much that I felt in danger of popping, I took small samples of the many different foods on offer. twistedthreads Came to stay as well and we went on an adventure to Bath. This time my camera was working and I was able to take some of the photos from before with a camera I'm more accustomed to. It was nice despite the rain to spend time in the beautiful city with its mix of olden style buildings occupied by modern businesses. If the weather had been better we might have explored a little more but after seeing the river swollen and extensive flooding on the train journey there, we opted to return to the warmth of the house. Some of you may have heard of the flooding over here in britain it was pretty extensive in some parts of the country. Luckily both the house at University and Mum's house at home are on hills so we escaped the worst of it. On the journey into bath it was impossible to work out where the river had once been and what was flood water. At one point we passed a canal boat which had drifted free of its moorings and was in a field, along with a nearly fully submerged goal post. On my journey into London it seems areas of middle England had become vast lakes with the shapes of trees raising from the plains of water as far as the eye could see. In some places the water came right up to the sides of the motorway. It was somewhat surreal to see the countryside changed in such a way. Bristol itself has been relatively unscathed, the flood defences went up for the first time in city history and there was some flooding down by the river. Compared to the Somerset levels where they had to use boats to ferry people in and out of villages however we did ok. At roughly the same time there was an alert in the city that a crocodile was on the loose in our river system. However most of the city took it as a hoax, with a BristolCroc twitter being set up with such comments as it being up on the hills looking to eat students for lunch. As mentioned above I went for a trip into London and had a nice couple of hours walking along the banks of the river taking some photos. not too sure on them however due to the drizzly weather experienced during the time, although they may be appearing in the gallery soon. I have also been home this month, there have been a few ups and downs, One of the ups is that I passed my January exams. Not too sure how I managed it but I'm still pretty pleased that I did. Going home midterm was rather strange as I haven't done it before but seeing the cats and Mum was nice and it was good to remove myself from the situation here at university. The problem is now resolved and things are looking up again. There was also a relaxing day spent making cakes recently which is something there hasn't been much time for in the past few weeks. Currently it is deadline fortnight so I;m off to get some more work completed.
Gee231205 here, 22 years old. Student at the University of Bristol, reading Neuroscience Bsc. Keen photographer and hobbyist painter (watercolour medium) Also partakes in cooking as a relaxation tool, as well as settling in to read a good book. Oh and I am addicted to anything with moose on it.
Current Residence: Bristol/ South of England Favourite genre of music: rock, metal, alternative, emo... Favourite style of art: Photography, traditional (water colours) pencil MP3 player of choice: iPod Nano (red) Skin of choice: my own Favourite cartoon character: Shinji Ibu (prince of tennis)
Favorite visual artistJohn. H. Burrow, Favorite moviesCool Runnings, Thor, Balto.Favorite TV showsWhose line is it anyway?Favorite bands / musical artistsScandinavian RockFavorite booksLord of the Rings, The Sight, Game of Thrones.Favorite writersSee above.Tools of the TradeOlympus cameras, watercolour paints and pencils.Other InterestsPhotography, painting, wildlife, animals, good books and cooking