So, being the bored and extremely poor student that I am - I gave my hair the snip. Do you like the full fringe? It still needs trimming and tweaking a bit more but so far I'm pleased with it.
I got my first year results back today - I passed my first year of Oceans, Climate and Physical Geography at the University of Liverpool! Really pleased that my mitigating circumstances were only needed in one of my modules, too. Got a high 2:1 in Maths and Physics and GIS! Anyone that knows of GIS (Geographical Information Systems) will hopefully give me a pat on the back for that - the most infuriating thing on the planet for all environmental scientists!
And last on my blogging agenda this evening is books, as usual. I've been sent "The Perks of Being A Wallflower", "Looking For Alaska", "Pigeon English" and "The Art of Fielding". I've recently been trying to read "Night Circus" by Erin Morgenstern, but for some reason I just can't get into it. I've given it 100 pages, as I give all books, but it feels like a chore to read! So I've moved on to Looking For Alaska.
If anyone has any book recommendations, send them this way!