Who are you?
Read who/what Pascale is...
a student, a daughter, an older sister, a little monster, crazy for the UK, a pickle person, a night owl, a friend, hardcore, a joker, a little weird,
very friendly, a fangirl, grumpy in the morning, a hopeful photographer, a dancer, good with children, bad with left-traffic, clumsy, a party girl,
a teachers' assistant, an organiser, a hopeful singer, a RockStar drinker, a heel-person, into Disney, a blogger, a hopeful writer, a chick lit reader,
curious, into fashion, always on twitter, an inventor, against drugs, interested in proper shoes on men, working in a restaurant, impulsive, excited for the future!
accidently taking 5 m&ms out of a packet of the same colour, sunshine blinding me while I'm driving, driving my car alone so I can sing along to my favourite songs without bothering anybody,
when the music in restaurants is exactly loud enough to still hear it and still be able to speak to each other,
the sound of the tumbledryer, McFly, getting mail, shopping online, karate battles with people that don't know squat about karate,
making pokemons out of tinfoil and have battles, a heavy wallet, doing random cartwheels, living after your horoscope,
happymeals, sudoku, twister fries, giving advice even though I never really take any advice from others, murder documentaries,
taking silly quizes from magazines, Simon Mitchell's amazing art, telling ghost stories even though I'm the biggest wuss around, my glasses,
schoolparties with old teachers, researching random facts, sleeping in, exploring, Adam from The Struts.
My fellow students
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Wednesday, 19 May 2010 06:40
Is very early, should be getting ready and having breakfast, but wanted to blog. Today is day I am meeting with teacher. Hopefully get good tips of him. Will try to get money refund for the police check, forgot how much that costs but remember it wasn't cheap. Especially since I need English one. Will also ask what to email back to lady who wants me to come over - had crazy dream that my college paid for a quick visit. Got very nice hotel in my dream. Sad it wasn't real when I woke up.
Will tell you how it went and what I learned later.
Edit: Okay. Am at city hall now to fetch police check form. New building has computers to entertain you while waiting. Also TV, very fancy building. Today I had conversation with teacher. Thought he'd just tell me what to type up and print on official school paper, but instead wrote letter for me. Typed very slow, made unfunny jokes to which I laughed loudly. Maybe bit too loud. Said I was lucky to have found school who want me. Know I am lucky. Walked around school with big envelope, important letter inside, protected like was a treasure. Teacher tried to persuede me to go to Australia. Said no thanks. Tried again. Said I would think about it, but was lying. Want to go to London.
Spotted someone from work - computer is saving me from having conversation, not in the mood for conversation now. Have ticket number A 060 - big screen behind computer says next number is A 047... will be long wait.
Edit: Spent full hour at the city hall of which 30 minutes browsing the web and the other 30 watching Nickelodeon. Our city hall is amazing. Lady couldn't help me, said she needed to read email to prove that they want me to get police check. Instead she gave me form and a note with a number to call for appointment, 'So you won't have to wait for an hour next time.' Thank you nice lady, but I kind of enjoyed waiting with all the fun stuff around. Anyways, case to be continued.