Why not? I'll do one of those plain-nice 'currently' posts. You can't do wrong with those. So here we go - Currently, I am...
|This picture is so GORGEOUS. I'm so excited about Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana!!!|
A Tale of Two Cities. I had seen the movie, and I loved the story. It's an amazing story about sacrifice and love, and it teaches you much about that historical time-period. So now I'm reading the book. I've only just started, but I know I'm going to adore it and I know I'm going to cry tons when I reach that beautiful ending.
My World War Two book. I'm the kind of writer that writes scenes out of order, so now I've jumped ahead to write the scene where the whole town celebrates the end of the War. It must have been such a hugely emotional and happy, happy, happy time, don't you think? Writing it out just makes me happy already! I was thinking a few days ago, that if I could go back in time for one day, I would choose to be in London, on the 8th of May (hey, that was yesterday! Happy VE day, everyone!), 1945. It must have been the most amazing evening ever.
There are three main things I pin: 1) Fluffy, Pinky, Squee-y stuff (aka randomly nice pictures that end up popping up over here) 2) Vintage pictures (so much scope for the imagination!) and 3) Period Drama pictures (because that's who I am - I'm a Period Drama fan. You know it.)
I know, my pictures are awesome.
The Horatio Hornblower Series! It's so epic and big and... sheesh, it's exciting. As I told my dear friend Emma, it's the kind of movie where you squeal to whilst watching it. It just is. I'm enjoying it a lot, although it's not my favourite movie ever. I have to say, I now understand Lydia Bennet's fondness for men in uniforms! Uniforms just do make men ever so much more dashing! Sorry, they just do!
Looking Forward to
Watching Cinderella 2015 when I've finished all those beastly exams. I'm basically looking forward to the summer holidays. :-) I'm also really looking forward to the release of the movie I talked about last week: "A Royal Night out." I've been watching all the little scenes avaliable on Youtube and it's already like one of my favourite movies now. :-)
Cream. Whipped. I adooore whipped cream. Not kidding readers, I sometimes just fill a whole bowl with nothing but whipped cream and eat it all and then ask for another bowl. Did that today, in fact. Yeah, me and whipped cream get along bonkers.
Holidays (almost, Naomi, almost), a copy of 'Rebecca' and a sudden gust of inspiration for my novel. I'm just feeling a teensy bit stuck at the moment, and I really don't want to give my World War Two novel up - I really desperately don't.
Anything Glenn Miller. Did you know that I'm a huge Glenn Miller fan? You probably did. If you didn't, however, well, there you go - I am. I most definitely am, in fact. The problem is, Glenn Miller isn't exactly the kind of music you should listen to when you're supposed to revise for your Biology Exam on Wednesday, heh, so I can only listen to it when I'm not doing something that requires a lot of brain-work. But yes, I'm really enjoying Glenn Miller.
For the people in Nepal. What happened there is just so ghastly. Those poor families!
Easy exams and comments on this post. :-) (No, that wasn't one of those begging-desperately-for-comments-endings.)
A happy day! A day which is writing-down-able, and a day which ends with a satisfactory sigh and a ahhh-this-was-a-good-day feeling. I wish you a very happy May the 9th (a very happy one-day-late VE day!) with a lot of smiles and happy eyes. Aren't those days the best? Well, I hope you have one of them today. I really, really, really do. I'm not just saying that to get comments, I promise. (As if I would be so mean, really. :-P)
"Happiest Girls are the Prettiest Girls"
- Audrey Hepburn