X-Men: Days of Future Past
X-Men: Days of Future Past
My exams finish 24th June. After this date, I might be slightly light-headed from months of revision and seemingly endless purchasing of exam-only stationery (black pens, clear pencil cases, long rulers, sharp pencils etc.) However, I will need some tasks to do over the summer holidays to prevent complete boredom, something which the TV seems to be very good at initiating these days.
So, I created an end of exams checklist to keep me occupied until September. Aside from the obvious (eat, sleep, pray for a good outcome on results day!), I think this should be enough to last me for a good few months
My sisters and I are planning to watch Disney films back to back over Summer. I’m not talking about the recent Disney films, or their live-action offerings, I mean the classic animated Disney movies. Mulan, Cinderella, 101 Dalmatians, Winnie-The-Pooh. I suppose if a rogue Pirates of the Caribbean makes its way into the list, it wouldn’t be the end of the world!
Since January and the end of box 1 of 4, the completion of my Lego Death Star has come to a standstill due to exams, a-levels and genuine lack of motivation due to exams and a-levels. But an exam-free Summer will be the perfect opportunity to get stuck in and get past page 93.
I’m hoping to study Computer Science at university. However, my school doesn’t teach a-level programming/computing/computer science, so I don’t know the first thing about coding or programming, and I don’t want to turn up at uni without knowing anything. If anyone knows of a good online tutorial, preferably free, to help me out here, please leave a comment below!
I’m sacrificing the start of series 3 of New Girl (starts 10th June on E4), Mary Portas’ new show (started Wed 4th June on Channel 4) and an entire series of Watchdog (Wednesdays on BBC1) as well as countless repeats of Police Interceptors, Four in a Bed and Charmed to put as much effort as possible into revision and past papers for these exams. It will be worth it, I’m sure.
Over the past year or two, I’ve acquired 14 non-fiction books with science/maths/random information on how to get a sofa round a corner (if only Ross Geller decided to move the couch 16 years later!) and 2 novels, all of which I haven’t even started reading.
On second thoughts, I don’t want to be too busy…
Original photos taken using Nokia Lumia 520
I’m not an expert when it comes to films. I love watching them, but I’m not the sort to know the director or screenwriter of every film off the top of my head. But here’s 5 of my favourite film blogs that may help!
Toy Story 3
Before the cinema…
During the film…
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous
Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
Giving our 13-25 crowd a Voice, a Headstart, and Financial Education
Every READER is a different person!
Reviewing every superhero movie ever made... eventually.
My reviews and views on the movies . . . new and old . . .
"We make bitter better."
Le Bonnet voyageur • The travelling Winter Hat
A witty outlook on everyday issues you don't usually think about
Where strange fact and stranger fiction collide
Sorting out the cine-junk so you don't have to!
My year in music