I am struggling to get it into my head. I have 1000 WordPress followers. What??? There are 1000 of you wonderful, lovely, amazing people out there, which in itself is a number I can't come close to comprehending. Each one of you is fantastic, interesting, and just a genuinely fabulous person, and each of you … Continue reading 1000
It’s not a betrayal, as such; merely a case of me sharing my talents (*snorts*) around the internet. Check out my post below, from the lovely Bethany’s blog, which I wrote as part of her Pride month celebrations! Make sure to check out other posts in the series, too, and to give Bethany a follow both on her blog, and on her twitter.
I hope you enjoy the post!! 🏳️🌈
* Looks up sheepishly *
Oh, hello there. I’m Kel — you might know me from my blog. You might not, though; if not, then welcome, and a huge thank you to Bethany for letting me post here, during Pride month.
Labels have never really been my thing: they’re overrated, outdated, and probably something else that ends in -ated, too. For the record, I like guys, and sometimes girls too, which effectively makes me bisexual, if you want to name it. I’ll get some basic points out the way now, though, to put your mind at rest:
No, it’s not a phase.
Yes, I’m sure.
No, I’m not ‘just greedy’.
No, I don’t have two relationships on the go at once — although I thank you for thinking that more than one person could find me attractive; that’s very kind of you.
I tend to refer to myself as…
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Finally, it’s almost over — I’m almost there. Since the middle of May, I’ve been sitting my GCSE exams. For those of you who perhaps aren’t aware of the ins-and-outs of the British education system, GCSEs are the exams taken by all 16-year-olds in England in Wales, testing English, Maths and Science knowledge, as well … Continue reading Exam Season | Strategies for Survival
Philosophical posts have never been my forte, really. Sure — sometimes my musings and thoughts on life, the universe and, well, everything manage to come off as somewhat intelligent, or at least aware of the world around me. Usually, though, they resemble pretentious ramblings, the words of someone who wishes they knew more, thought bigger … Continue reading Flames in the Fire
Making friends is hard. You know it, I know it, and anyone who has ever set foot in ‘somewhere new’ — whether than be a new office, or a new school — knows it. I know it all too well, after placing myself in a position where, on Thursday, I found myself needing to make … Continue reading How to Make Friends with a Laptop
I'm not sure I'll ever stop being as astonished as I am when I look at my blog stats, and see a couple of things. For a start, the number of you wonderful people who have taken time -- however much or little -- to read something that I have written: that amazes me, and … Continue reading This is My Story
Does anyone round here even remember me any more? I've been gone for an age -- too long, honestly --, but exams and commitments left me with no choice but to put blogging to one side, at least whilst school finishes up. Still, I'm stopping by to see how you're all doing -- how are … Continue reading Moving On