I’ve been wanting to blog for ages but I haven’t had the time! I’ve missed blogging so much even though, it’s been what? A cople of days or something. Regardless, a lot of things have happened since I last blogged :]
On Saturday, I met up with my friend, Heidi, who I hadn’t seen in like 5 years. Ridiculously long time, right? I know! It was actually amazing meeting her after so many years. She’s changed only a little since I last saw her but she’s still pretty much the same and it kind of reminded me why were best friends back in year 7 and 8. She says funny words like “chunder” and “banter” – ah, people from Kent amuse me, muchly. We pretty much jumped on any train or bus we could and went everywhere (only because we had day travelcards, haha – £1.30 for every bus I take? I don’t think so). We also went to Trocaderos (big gaming arcade in Central London) and we both won loads of tickets and I used them to buy us matching smiley bracelets, an inflatable hammer and fake tattos. We munched in McDonalds and waited for Mutay to meet us – from there it was jsut a load of jokes and memories. I love reminsicing – there were so many good things to remember and talk and laugh about. Spent a good deal laughing the whole day. 😀
Unfortunately, I missed the last train to Coventry, so I had stay over and get the train the next day. I was so tired and annoyed the next morning because my sister had unplugged my iPhone from charging (I left my charger at home) and plugged in hers instead even though her iPod Touch was already 100% charged D: I had a nice snooze on the train, though (as usual).
I also had an refreshing conversation with Rob the other night. When I was little I had alopecia (in which you hair falls out) and the doctors had no clue as to why it happened to me because usually it only happens when you’re stressed but I was only 7 – so, how can I be stressed? I used to get bullied because of it and resorted to wearing hats all the time in primary school until it fully grew which around the age of 9/10. I’ve never really spoken to anyone about it because it’s really hard and I still have a few patches of hair missing on my head and I get really paranoid that people can see them and I get extremely paranoid that they’ll start teasing me about it just like in primary. It happened once in secondary school whilst I was in Science and this girl walked in and came up behind me and announced, gleefully, “CHYNNA’S GOT A BALD PATCH!” and started laughing and pointing for everyone to see. It just made me burst into tears. One of my friends who knew about it because she went to primary school as well just walked me out of the classroom and comforted me which I was really grateful for. Anyway, Rob noticed one of my patches and wanted to know what it was and I wasn’t sure whether I wanted to tell him because it brought up bad memories but later on in the evening, I told him and he said he was relieved actually because he thought I’d had like this massive operation on my head or something and that he bet the bullies aren’t laughing now because I’m beautiful. I feel much, much better about myself now that I’ve told him – I feel, like, if I can tell him that then I can tell him anything (heart)
I have to book a doctor’s appointment because of my snoring. Apparently, it isn’t even like proper snoring – it’s more like I’m breathing through my nose and sometimes I forget to breathe so I struggle for a while before I remember I can breathe through my mouth as well which is well weird. This is all according to Rob and my mate, Brogan, as well. There’s so many things I want to talk to the doctor about, though, I feel like a walking disaster.
Day 22: A picture of what you wore today
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