It took a month to get the insurance sorted which, admittedly, was a pain as I wanted to do the victorious drive that everyone seems to do when they pass- to McDonald's. However, it was eventually sorted and now I'm sharing my Mom's Renault Twingo- which just so happens to be PINK. I'm not ashamed to admit that I was like an excitable puppy; I sat down for over an hour trying to find a name that would suit my car and although I later called her (the car) Rita, I have been a bit too embarrassed to address Rita by her name, so for now, 'the car' will have to do.
The food, oh wow, the food was just to die for. I'm not going to lie, I expected it to be amazing, but due to the fact that it was a posh restaurant, I assumed they would give me minuscule portions. But no, I was so wrong. To start I had calamari which could have been a meal in itself, but my haddock and chips for mains were some of the most delicious things I'd ever eaten. What you may not know about me is that I absolutely adore ketchup and always have it slathered on my food, so to have the staff bring out a bowl full to the brim of ketchup, as opposed to the half empty bottle most restaurants normally give, made me feel quite the lucky lady.
What have you all been getting up to lately? Have A-levels or school work in general temporarily taken over your life?