Oh, hello again. Who knew it would take a life-threatening pandemic for me to actually get my act together and write? I’m not going to pretend that I have any idea what’s going on, other than half of the population is in self-isolation and the other half are out at Tesco’s bulk buying toilet roll … Continue reading I’m not saying it’s the end of the world – but McDonald’s Monopoly is cancelled
Hey, guys! So, it's been a while. Again. Since I last wrote Brexit has been delayed until January 2060 (Not literally, but at this rate you never know), parliament is considering banning fireworks and My Chemical Romance got back together. Somewhere deep inside me (oo-er) emo Lucie is screaming. Luckily she's been hidden away, so … Continue reading So, apparently I’m being sarcastic to children now.
Hi guys! I have been off on an adventure recently, which is what I originally intended to blog about. However, after a day of serving trembling, nervous teenagers (Honestly, a welcome change. Usually we have rowdy kids who have nowhere else to go) I decided I'd blog about something more topical. It is GCSE results … Continue reading GCSE’s – Who needs ’em?
This is unusual for me, but I'm just going to leave a little warning here that in this post I will be talking about the - uh - delicate area of a woman's body. But now that I've done that, I would like to welcome you back to my blog! As usual, nothing much has … Continue reading The most awkward hospital visit
Weddings. The day (or days, if you're that extra) where your whole family gets together to celebrate your love and gift you things. Personally, I never know what to do for the 'gift' part because engaged people tend to live together and already have tea towels and blenders. When I have to, I have a … Continue reading Can we please stop telling young people they’re ‘next’ at weddings?
Hello, readers. It is I, Lucie the tragic. I have returned from the busiest two weeks of my solemn existence. But where have I (a constantly tired introvert) been? Well, at the beginning of July Ian and I went on our adventures up to Scotland to meet his newborn niece, Isla. Basically, I'm just going … Continue reading Graduation is a scam
Merhaba! (That's Turkish for 'Hello' by the way, bet you didn't think you'd actually learn something from me tonight. Don't worry, I'm as surprised as you are.) It's now Wednesday, the last day before I go away on adventures up to Scotland, then back home to Cumbria, then back down to Manchester to graduate. Honestly, … Continue reading The Mystery Box