Saturday, 13 August 2011
Featured on Shasie's blog
Sorry updates have been a little slow lately. I'm getting progressively busier as the deadline for my dissertation draws closer.
On top of that, I'm sure most of you have heard about the recent UK riots. When I'm not working on my research, I'm monitoring the news, Twitter and Facebook for updates. The BBC channel was pretty much on throughout the day so I could keep an ear out on the news. It's a terribly sad thing that has happened and it upsets me to watch videos of victims telling their stories. It makes me so mad that people could do this!
I know how it feels to watch news like that on the telly and go, "How terrible!", but to actually be here and worry that your city will be hit next is an entirely different experience. When there's so much worry and rumour-mongering going on and you have worried relatives calling you to tell you to stock up on food and stay indoors, it does interrupt your daily routine, even though people have said that we should not have to live in fear. Well, to be honest, I was too angry to be afraid.
Thankfully, my city wasn't hit and we remain as one of the safest cities in the UK. Thank you to those who checked on me to make sure I was okay. I really appreciate that.
Let's move on to some happier news, shall we? :)
I've been featured on Shasie's blog at Live-live-in-style.com! If you're interested in finding out what I like best about fashion blogging, whether I would consider a full-time career in fashion, which city I would like to fly out to right now or if you simply just want to hear me ramble on and on, just click here*click* to go to the feature interview.
Actually, even if you don't really care about what I have to say *tsk* (only joking), you should still check out Shasie's blog because that woman has great fashion sense and she's the sweetest and friendliest fashion blogger I know.
Thank you, Shasie, for interviewing me! I really enjoyed doing the questions.