I'm back on blogger, i'm not sure why really because who is reading this, honestly. In fact if you are reading this i dare you, DARE YOU to leave a comment just to prove me wrong....see no one has, ha.
Ok, i think an update in my life is needed because i've abandoned my blog and haven't left a post since January. I got through my A-levels with hard work and perserverance to a crazy degree and had a wonderful summer, going to oxegen, heading to portstewart with alot of friends, spending time with the family, working in the godforesaken restaurant...... etc etc. When the summer ended i got A level results and was lucky enough to get in to my firm choice so i'm currently an Oxford law student, please don't let that immediately make you think i'm not a nice person...i'm sure it won't... I've finished my first term at uni and it was the most difficult couple of months of my life. The work was really tough and i've never had to push myself as hard. The people there are good though, there are very few of the snooty hard nosed people that the media would love to believe are lurking in the undergrowth and the people at my college really do help make the time go faster and more enjoyably.
Being home for Christmas is really nice though, i can't wait to see friends and i'm enjoying relaxation despite the fact that i'm still having to do 3 hours or so a day of law revision so as not to be left behind. It's difficult to sum up 11 months of your life in one post and it's actually depressing trying to remember the best bits of the last year and finding out that rather than having an array of stories, anecdotes and adventures to share, i'm actually writing about my lack of such things! Don't worry though (not that you should or would) the last 11 months have been very enjoyable and the reason you're not hearing of heroic adventures, promiscuous misadventures and all that lies between is not because there aren't any, but rather that i'm a lazy arse who can't be bothered wracking their brains to find them.
My tennis and football fetish is still very much alive. Chelsea have parted ways with Jose, and although i very much HATE that fact, i will eventually come to terms with it. Andy Murray has had a very good year, almost qualifying for the Master's Championships and he most certainly would have qualified if not for missing three months of the tour. In terms of my own personal performance my tennis (and golf) has gone downhill because of wrist problems that have materialised, as well as knee problems but hopefully that will get better. Football has been going o.k for me as well, i have scored my first goal for my college and although we've lost every match bar one, things are bound to improve....
I hope that everyone else has had a rewarding 2007 and is looking forward to 2008. I'm not sure how regular my posts will be here, i like to think that i'll be here more often than never but who knows.