I took a trip home for Valentine's weekend and had such a lovely time with my parents, sister and boyfriend featuring a shopping trip, tea in Bury St Edmunds and a morning walk around the Norfolk coast.
Yep, you read that right. I’ve honestly no idea what I did to deserve my spell in the tenth circle of hell, but last Tuesday my laptop charger cable literally snapped. I'll be honest: it’s not been the best time of my life. But all the same I’ve learned a lot in the past seven days about how important this little machine is to the day-to-day functioning of my entire life – so to mark my return to the blogosphere (for real this time), here are the top five…
Yesterday (on his mum’s recommendation) G and I took a trip to Wyken Vineyards near Bury St Edmunds. Wyken is a 1200-acre farm and estate including the seven-acre vineyard which produces award-winning wines, including English Wine of the Year. We went along to try out their restaurant, the Leaping Hare, but before we sat down fr cake we couldn’t resist taking the short walk through the meadow and ancient forest to the vineyards themselves to take a look.
From cupcakes to house viewings, this term was perhaps even busier than my first. Even though I’m getting used to the university lifestyle now, there’s always something going on and I’m learning all the time. Here are the top ten things I’ve taken away from my second semester studying Literature at York.