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
Check out these lovely people abroad...
Joly @ Birmingham, UK
Ine @ Atlanta, US
Carola @ Belfast, UK
Saskia @ Birmingham, UK
Tim @ Worcester, UK
Irene @ Belfast, UK
Kelly @ Limerick, IRL
Danielle @ Belfast, UK
Priscilla @ Wales, UK
Suzanne V @ Belfast, UK
Nadia @ Liverpool, UK
Marijn @ Birmingham, UK
Jos @ Wales, UK
Rutger @ Florida, US
Suzanne ter W @ Liverpool, UK
Roy @ Limerick, IRL
Hannah @ Brighton, UK
Chelsea @ Brighton, UK
Etienne @ Belfast, UK
Barbara @ Atlanta, US
Ali @ Birmingham, UK
Paul @ Belfast, UK
Nadda @ Birmingham, UK
Nico @ Worcester, UK
Thursday, 21 April 2011 14:29
So, I'm home. It's weird but wonderful. The sun is out and I'm basically outside all the time, even though the pool is absolutely FREEZING and there's weird lizardy animals in it - I refuse to swim with scary animals. Even if they're only the size of my thumb.
On Tuesday I went out for dinner with all my colleagues at the restaurant I work at - Saskia was at home too, so we had a little reunion dinner. It was good seeing everyone again!
Yesterday I went to Nijmegen and had lunch with Celesta in the sunshine - so good. We did some shopping, got ourselves some Gin and had a Gin & Tonic fest last evening at my house. We also made the best scrambled eggs in the world.
Today it's Caroline's birthday (HAPPEE BIRFDEE) so I'm going over to her place later!
Monday, 18 April 2011 13:52
Keep the soul alive!
Sunday, 17 April 2011 13:00
Yesterday Suzanne and I went represent The Dutch at Queensday here in London. Yes, Dutch Queensday at the 16th of April in the middle of London with Dutch artists, Dutch shops and Dutch people everywhere. It was weird. Definitely weird; maybe just because the UK and home are two places that are worlds apart and now they sort of clashed together on Trafalgar Square.
We got 10 seconds of sunshine which is basically why we quickly took a picture :)
With acts such as Boris (KEEP THE SOUL ALIVE) and the Coronas (oh my God they were amazing!) it was such a good day! The sun wasn't out, but at least it wasn't raining and we got to eat some good Dutch snacks, so we were happy!
Groupies with the Coronas!
Trafalgar Square looking orange!
At about 7 we decided to go get dinner at Little Frankie's and once we finished that, they were already packing up. Tomorrow I'm going home, so today I'm taking care of the last few things that need to be taken care of. I'm going to Lewisham to make sure that everything's still on good terms with Twin UK - I sent them the longest e-mail and I got the reply; Could you come over to our offices and explain in person because we have no clue what you're on about. So that's what I'm doing today. I was going to go see the marathon runners and cheer them on, but obviously this got in the way. Booo!