Anonymous asked: oh i know, trust me, i've got the same problem.. and how much longer do you plan staying there? and is it easy to be an aupair ans still to go to all those gigs or you've had luck and work for a nice and understanding family? i'm sorry i don't mean to be nosey or anything
that’s okay, i haven’t written with anyone on here for ages. until something like august next year hopefully if i manage to apply for university from here. don’t really know though, i try to ignore my future a bit right now.
it’s my second family and i suppose it is quite easy going most times, cause it has been for me in both. i really like my job and have lots of free time, don’t need to worry about money and obviously can go to nearly all the gigs i want. i’ve never been happier. but i guess like with everything in life you can as well have bad luck and experience the opposite.
w4lrusss asked: I just saw you follow me. but omG HOW FUCKINg DarE YOu??/?/??///!!11! UR tagged/mine MAKes ME so AnGYR OMFg IVE NEVEr BEN SO ANfgry!!!11!! SOMEone GIVe ME a GLass OF WatTER PleASE
to be fairly honest i remember making you a really nice compliment once, because i liked your blog so much and being sad when you simply said thanks and didn’t follow me back. over a year later - i moved to another city, got friends i actually like and am finally happy with myself and now this message and a follow. you don’t know how satisfying that is.
Anonymous asked: can i ask - what are you doing in london? studying, working?? you seem very nice & you've got a impressive 'seen live' artists list there! xx
thank you, that’s a lovely thing to hear! i’m working as a nanny/au pair here, just a bit longer than the usual gap year, because it would’ve broken my heart to leave this city already. feels like it’s only affordable to study here if you are a) a mad workaholic or b) gifted with rich parents. and i’m neither of those.