“What is a cucumber? It is a pickle that has drank too much water!”
Oh my goodness, my sister cracks me. She comes up with the craziest things, sometimes. When we were coming back home on the bus we were laughing so much about tickling pickles and onions. Don’t even ask me how we got onto that topic. Incredulous, the things we talk about. ^o^
She had her exam for the private school this morning and it was pretty much the whole day. They went in at 10.30am and finished at 2.30pm. She said that it was okay and I know that she did really well, knowing my sister. Little smart arse.
Mama decided to take us out mainly because my sister has been doing mock exams for her upcoming SATs* since Wednesday, so we went to Westfield and then McDonalds. :] We were going to do ice-skating but Donna and I couldn’t really be bothered. The one we went to in Hyde Park seemed better, to be honest.
Rob is so sweet, bless him. He decided to have a go at making his own chicken tikka masala and he said he wanted “it perfect just like mine”. He phoned me up in a panic about the tomatoes because there was too much juice; he’s so impatient and couldn’t even wait for the tomatoes to reduce whilst frying. Ha! He said it was okay, but not as good as mine. *preens*, of course not! :3
Day 2: Post your favourite song, and write why you like it
I have a few favourite songs but at the moment I really like Your Song by Ellie Goulding. It is a cover of the Elton John’s version, and though I feel Elton John’s is slightly better, Goulding’s still holds an equal amount of passion as the original. It’s easily a good feel song and I always smile when it comes up on my playlist. I love the lyrics; especially “I hope you don’t mind that I put down in words / How wonderful life is while you’re in the world”.
I now have one person that is being advertised. How very exciting 🙂 Wish to apply, as well? (peace)
- Do you have any siblings?
- If so, are they as crazy as my sister? Ha!
- What are your plans for the weekend?
* National Curriculum assessments are a series of educational assessments, colloquially known as Sats or SATs, used to assess the attainment of children attending maintained schools in England.