Please excuse the lateness of this update (and the lameness of the title of this post-it's my new way of saying 'sorry'). It seems as though my university work load isn't a fan of this blog, and would rather my attention not continually drift away from it's endless pages.
The weekend that has just passed was insanely busy, however not a 'bad' busy in the slightest. One of my oldest friends flew down from Ballina to stay with me for the weekend, and we made sure we didn't waste any time. We watched a terribly enjoyable (but all the more terrible) movie called 'I Don't Know How She Does It', (A movie that is almost as bad as its title), ate lots of crap, laughed at old videos, went out for dinner, enjoyed spontaneous Greek dancing at a restaurant that we walked past and got invited into, participated in some seriously intense karaoke and then ended up on the harbour sipping cocktails. If you call that a bad weekend, then in the words of Mary Poppins, "you need a spoonful of sugar".
OTHER UPDATES IN THE LIFE OF CHLOE:
1. I know everyone has probably already seen it, but I watched 500 Days of Summer the other night AND IT IS SUCH A GREAT MOVIE! It's greatness may or may not have been exemplified by the extreme sex appeal of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who I may or may not be in love with after watching the film...
2. I walked through three, THREE spiderwebs whilst walking to my front door after uni today. When I looked in the mirror once I got inside (and had stopped running around panicking like a duck on crack), it looked like I was wearing a hair-net. Three. Spiderwebs. THREEEEE. Why can life be so cruel!? It's as if life knew that I have a phobia of spiders and thought it would be funny to Punk me, minus the video cameras and Ashton Kutcher.
3. I am absolutely obsessed with season two of Downton Abbey. It is truly the best thing I have ever watched. Matthew Crawley in uniform...Oh my.
4. I didn't have a coffee today and I'm still alive
5. I realised how behind I am in uni work after discovering that I have to read FIFTY PAGES ON THE MIDDLE AGES FOR TOMORROW MORNING. FIFTY PAGES ON THE MIDDLE AGES RHYMES. I'M REALLY TIRED AND SHOULD REALLY START THIS READING.
Over and out,