Bringing old world sensibility to Sydney 2.0.
I never underthink, refuse to ignore inspiration and am forever with something to create.
Why? As Khalil Gibran said:
“Your daily life is your temple and your religion. When you enter into it take with you your all.”
Loving the blog… signing up to meagrely comment seemed like a good idea! There’s definitely a lack of articulate people who can express emotion and humour as beautifully as you do – Sucks. Can’t wait to read a little more whilst procrastinating study Would be ironic if your next blog was actually about procrastination *hint-hint*
Keep it up 🙂
Lukey, your comments mean so much to me! You certainly managed to put a smile on my baby-blogger face.
I suddenly can’t wait to procrastinate with another inspirational calling *hint-taken* 🙂
SAVE ME FROM THIS ESSAY!! 😦 and not sure how this all works but are these comment public?
Haha ok, I’ll work on it.
I believe so. Still, your public appreciation certainly goes a long way!
As long as it doesn’t interfere with you study? In saying that, what uni do you study at?
Done. I hope you enjoy!
haha! LOVE IT! … except i have a 2500 word essay due Wednesday and i haven’t started 😦
I realised I’d uploaded the wrong version of my post. If you’d like further procastination, have a read of the last few paragraphs.
Also, if you want to be updated as I post, click follow at the top of the page 🙂
THEN, get to work!
Can’t get enough, but with writing like that id love to know who you are?
Now that would kill the mystery…
Over a year since i found your blog.. Still amazing, especially the last! Mabrouk 🙂
Thank you Luke! I’m glad you’re still following 🙂
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