Hello dear Anon! So i got your message but waited to reply because i have had alllll my hair cut off today! It was almost at my ass! And now its gone and i feel looooads better! And so this is me…. be nice, i know i am not the best looking person but dont be mean about it! Also, duck face, just because i fancied it and i have had a beer or 2… or 5. :) i will probably remove this by tomorrow when i am a little less confident, so get a good look while you can haha. Love Coral xxx
I suddenly remembered I hadn’t posted these pictures, oops. Really proud of the rings. I really need to remind myself to get more pictures taken while in costume, especially since these were the only closeup pictures taken and they were inside, not outside. Ah well, next time~~!
[Queen of Peace by Florence & the Machine started playing as I was typing this up and I went, yes, this suits her well]
Have I mentioned how much I love living in Glasgow??? It’s 7pm and I just left my flat to get some stuff for dinner and we’re surrounded by looooads of independently owned green grocers and mostly Indian mini-markets and bakeries! I just got some freshly made samosas for dinner, and the guy explained to me how they make them then what spices they use and gave me some to take home??? And I got so much veg for £2!! And the guy also started talking to me about why I dress in vintage clothing and everyone is genuinely kind & friendly and willing to help you out. I also spotted the cutest wee kids holding hands (brother and sister I’m guessing?) and played football with them for a bit.
hey !! so before I found this blog there are some subjects i would have never considered doing but now Bioanth sounds super interesting and that just makes me think that there could be so much that i'm missing out on... anyway my question is : are there any good ways to read more about subjects to see if we're interested?? (ie reading lists, but less academic??)
Well if you want specific BioAnth ones I’d go with Guns, Germs, and Steel by Jared Diamond and Nature Via Nurture by Matt Ridley.
As for other subjects…well the news is a good place to start? See if there’s any news in your area and if the kind of stuff that’s being talked about sounds interesting. There’s also the “A Very Introduction” series which are for looooads of subjects. I can’t speak to the quality of all of them but the socanth one was very good, those are more accessible places to start.
The reading lists are also probably a good shout…go through them, try to find stuff that’s on the less academic/more popular side of things. Basically what you’re looking for is the kind of book that you could find in a normal bookstore, not something thats a textbook. Those are generally good places to start.
3.Are you a jealous person? It really depends what for. In relationships very rarely unless they spend looooads of time with friends and very little with me.
6.Have you ever been called a tease? Yes :P When I’m in a relationship with someone I like to tease, it’s quite fun. Only if it doesn’t make them angry though.
8.Do you cry easily? Yes, but only in private.
19.Does anyone like you? Yes.
35.If you could move somewhere else, would you? Wellington, I love it there.
42.Do you believe that everyone has a soul-mate? I’m not sure really. I believe everyone has at least one person who will love them and cherish them in their life, but that does not mean their whole life and it’s not limited to one.