Faith, Love, Hope

As you all know its Christmas day and that means presents and I got the mother of all presents I am so in love with it I got it from my friend David.


My Birthday Meal

Daddy's girl
My birthday didn't turn out to be quiet as happy as I would have liked firstly the guy I was with decided he didn't want to be with me so he threw me away on the morning of my birthday.
My computer has stopped working and no one knows why, my dog cut his foot and was trailing blood everywhere then pissed on my bed.
This was all by 10.30 am hadn't even had my first brew yet!
My 'friends' told me to take the day off work so I did and no one turned up so I ended up shopping with my mother.
I have to thank my mam and dad they really tried to make the meal nice and it was but I just wasn't in the mood.
Even my new birthday outfit didn't help at all I was all dressed up and feeling like a utter twat, pathetic, embarrassed myself thinking people actually cared about me.
This is going to take a while to get over, I'm not very much of a Christmas person to start with so this didn't help.

Birthday outfit

Next week is my birthday and well I don't really do anything for it because nobody has really got any time for it or me being so close to Christmas.

So last night I went on a online shopping spree and brought myself a new out fit for my birthday ( in the clearance section on big spender!.....
The whole outfit cost me a £10 plus postage. £3.99
Here's what I got shop here
Having a Christmas birthday sucks!

Clint's Quarry, Cleator

One of Cumbria's hidden gems Clint's Quarry, Cleator.

BOOK: Witch Child by Celia Rees

My Opinion: I can't stop talking about this book it is great easy read. 
There are some parts where I skipped the religious jabber and get back to the story of the witches'. Everyone must read highly recommend if your going threw a bit of a reading slump like I was.
Book Plot:
Enter the world of young Mary Newbury, a world where simply being different can cost a person her life. Hidden until now in the pages of her diary, Mary's startling story begins in 1659, the year her beloved grandmother is hanged in the public square as a witch. Mary narrowly escapes a similar fate, only to face intolerance and new danger among the Puritans in the New World. How long can she hide her true identity? Will she ever find a place where her healing powers will not be feared?

Brotherly love

He sat on my knee because there was no chairs so ibstarte ticking him. 

These two missfits are my brothers, both younger but both taller!