Exams are boring and stress is rubbish. So I’ve got some cute and humorous pictures for you instead.
So the title’s a complete lie. Spanglish is, in fact, a real dialect-creole-thing, and not one that I speak. Yet. Maybe after I’ve learnt Catalan, Basque, Gaelic, Arabic, Mandarin, Russian… yeah, maybe not. However, there will be both Spanish and English. Also, appropriately, you can probably see that my gentleman still hasn’t taken the huge Spanish flag off the top of my website, so please sit and enjoy the really Spanish feel of my website.
I went on a walk yesterday. Sounds nice, huh? A nice walk through the country in the mild sunshine with a gentle breeze and the chance to stop of at the end for a rewarding pub lunch is great.
And unfortunately, nothing like yesterday’s walk. What I actually did was trek 3 miles uphill in the wind and rain to get to Hobbycraft, and then 3 miles back home again. Not the most pleasant of experiences, I can assure you. It was worth it, but that’s another story.
As a poor student who can’t yet drive, I spend a lot of my time as a pedestrian, which is great, because it’s cheaper than a gym membership, and the walk to campus often forces me awake in the mornings. You might think, as well, that there were very few problems with being a pedestrian, what with it being environmentally friendly, cheap and free of traffic jams. Well, you’d be wrong.