Saturday, 26 July 2014

Bedside Petals

I'm really appreciating my blank walls at the moment. They make really great backgrounds for impromptu portraits, and now for photographing flowers. I guess I just like how clean everything looks. These were just some sweet celebratory flowers for Leo and my one year (and + one day now!). It's a really lovely way of winding down this month and easing my way into trials. I really haven't been doing anything besides studying and procrastinating as of late, so it's nice to do this for a break. It's strange that next week I won't be going to school regularly for almost three weeks, but I'm looking for that to become permanent soon. It'll be nice. I am worried about some of my friends though, but it looks like (I hope I'm correct) that things are for the most part, climbing a slow, gentle uphill, and I hope it stays that way.

Also if anybody would like to hang out with me during this trials break for a little bit of a study session, I know there's a hipster cafe in West Ryde I've been meaning to try. Call me please. Or maybe I'll just ask someone to come along. Ahh, so much to do, so much HSC in the way.







I'm actually using one of these photos as my laptop wallpaper at the moment. But I'm pretty sure I'm going to start hunting for a new different one in a couple of months time. To be honest, I barely even see my wallpaper because when I'm on my laptop I'm actually doing things and have windows open, right? Eh. I am waiting on Apple to put out new hardware, because I think I'm ready to graduate from this 6+ year old Toshiba. Toshiba's never break, but I need something more portable and less ancient. Looks like I'm going to be spending a lot of money in the second half of this year.

Also I'm feeling bad right now that not a lot is happening on the blog, but I guess that's okay too. Maybe when things start actually happening in my life, and I'm going outdoors - maybe then I'll do more of this blogging thing and waste even more of my time.

Okay that's it. Bye!
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