May 17, 2012

Feeling relaxed and mellow :)

Now that all my major essays are (almost) done and dusted, I feel so relaxed and mellow! I'm still a little stressed - in the back of my mind I'm thinking about my exchange application that is due in two weeks, the impossible politics quiz due next week, and the upcoming week of doom for Italian (when they've set us about a thousand tests in one week), but it doesn't seem to matter right now because my essays are done! Finito! Finally! :P

And all I want to do, is laze around. I want to get excited about the units I'm planning to study in Milan next year. I want to read the latest Frankie magazine, and my brand spanking new copy of A Tale of Two Cities, that have been sitting on my bedside table for the past 6 weeks begging to be read. I want to go to Fremantle with my brothers or my friends, eat crepes at Fidel's Cafe for breakfast, get coffee from Tim (the brilliant barista from Black Cherries espresso) and then traipse around the markets, buying fruit and buckwheat flour to make banana bread. I want to test out some new recipes, keep teaching myself how to sew, and watch a movie. And I really would like to catch up on all the blogs that I've recently discovered, but have been too busy to keep up with.


Piccolo Lattes.
Tim's Handiwork & Nageena's photography.
Now that I've finally started exploring the blogosphere - 50 blog entries and a year after I started this thing - I'm really excited to make some new friends. There's so many fantastic pages out there, with fantastic tales of travel and fashion, of cooking and of life just in general. There's beautiful photos, recipes and links to hilarious and inspiring things. I've never been that excited about the internet - I like paperback books and handwritten letters. I like catching up with friends in person, and meeting people for the first time in real life, without the awkward 'I have seen your face in my facebook feed. It appears there almost every day and so I know an awful lot about you'.

But blogging seems so different! It's a way of getting to know people from all over the world, who have actually put themselves out there to be found - who want to share the things that they are interested in. And I'm so excited about it!

First though, I should probably do that quiz. And the exchange application... But I can't promise I won't be sneaking in a few glances at all of your rad blogs while I'm at it :P

Over and out.
Rhi xx


Reasons I shouldn't let my friends use my phone :P

Taking hipster photos of uni at night.


PS. Scuse the iphone-edited, hipster photos. I have a bit of a thing at the moment for grainy photos and so I get a little overexcited using camera+ :P

4 comments:

melody said...

congrats on finishing your essays!
you have a really great blog and great reads! adorable photos too =)
following you!

good luck on all you're upcoming test and endeavors =)

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sonia de macedo said...

Ahh time; If only it where on our side! I know exactly how you feel, getting behind on things, especially the book bit, I've got a few sitting idly on my bedside waiting for me to read them... sigh...

But, anyhoo I totally get the blogosphere thing! I have to admit I've made some pretty awesome friends through my blog too. It's always great finding a little nugget out there, kind of like Facebook or Twitter minus the excess and never organized feed and character limits! Have a fantastic weekend!
SDMxx
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zoe♥ said...

nice blog, lovely pictures! (: x
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Cady said...

Totally agree with you! I'm typically one to go on rants about how Facebook is ruining lives, but there's just something about blogging that is different. Everyone is giving an honest, real look into their lives, and it's refreshing and wonderful. I'll be reading your blog! xo.