Sunday, 17 April 2011

365 Self Love Project (#25 - 28)

Being away plus being busy plus my laptop buying the farm (RIP Lappy!) equals one absent Roxy - Sorry!

Thing I love about myself of the day (14/4/11)


That I can still read tab and still play the opening riff to Lemuria on guitar 
(despite having not touched a guitar for over a year!).



Thing I love about myself of the day (15/4/11)



How I react to the Royal Wedding Corgi Advert.

The Royal Wedding between Kate Middleton and Prince William is now less than 2 weeks away and Britain seems to be going Royal Wedding crazy! Utilising the event to advertise its HD service, Freeview has launched an advert depicting the journey of 3 squee-worthy, adorable little corgis down to London to watch the Royal Wedding on a HD TV in a house full of other squishy little corgis. I cannot cope with this advert. The first time I saw it, Damien walked in to find me almost in tears at the advert, and I've taken to running downstairs every time I hear the accompanying music. I don't care that it's unbecoming for a 22 year old to act in such a manner - I love that advert and I love my reaction to it!  :D


Thing I love about myself of the day (16/4/11)



My panda tattoo.

It's a symbol of me (I'm obsessed with pandas to the extent that that's what people associate with me!), it's happy and cute (which at times I'd like to think I am as well!) and it shows me that I can get through most things if I put my mind to it (even if I have to sing to get through the pain... and annoy the tattoo artist as I do so!). Plus it looks kind of cool  :3   Here it is just after I had it done...

It looks much less red-raw now!  :3



Thing I love about myself of the day (17/4/11)


That I have written (what seems to be!) a half-decent 11,000-word dissertation on a subject I taught myself.

I finished my dissertation today.
I'm a little paranoid that it might only be worth a 2:1 (I'm a perfectionist :p) but I'm damn proud of what I've achieved. All the more so because I had to teach myself how to write about bioethics (I've written ethics papers before but this one is a) a specialist branch of applied ethics, and b) almost 4 times longer than the last ethics paper I wrote!). 
So I'm proud of myself for putting in the blood sweat and tears. I'm proud of myself for teaching myself bioethics. And I'm damn proud of just plain getting it done!  :)



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