First SCAB of the Year from @YOxSHOSHO
By Sokaina Aliouate
As was suggested, or rather ordered by Marc, I watched a film, one I would normally not. The film was ”Broken arrow”. The setting, warm and cozy. The mood, electric. And the verdict, a Cinematic classic. Action packed, thrilling film with John Travolta and my main man Slater starring opposite each other, how could one go wrong.
Now I can’t for the life of me remember why it is that I dismissed this whole genre of movies?
Regretfully my choice to venture out and try a book I wouldn’t usually read was not as pleasant.. It was dreadful, just awful. I have never disliked a book as much as I do this, I think.
”Worst person ever” was the worst novel ever.
Despicable man acts in a despicable manner and his karma starts catching up with him. Believe you me, I am all for awful people being awful, I’ve read my fair share of Bret Easton Ellis, but with this book I struggle to find a single sliver of humanity or purpose and
No redeeming quality was found in this book. I am mad at this book. I am mad at this book for ruining part of my holiday. I hate you, book.
Let’s talk about me:) and my:) break.
In the wee hours of the first day of break, I missed my flight home. I missed it. Guys, guys, I know, I’m alright.
Most people in school, knew how much I was looking forward to going back home over Christmas. Cause I’m a sucker for my Mummy and Daddy. And I ain’t ashamed to say it.
Anyway, excitement grew and grew as the week lead on, then there was the SCA Christmas Party and I enjoyed it. So much so it indirectly led me to miss my flight back home. I suppose what I am trying to say is that it was all SCA’s fault.
Not my irreverence for time and my small lack of responsibility and small concern over napping an hour before having to leave to the airport.
This whole thing leads me to my new years resolution. Which I will not reveal here, for I’m not sure if I will be able to keep it and then people will get to talking and then my nonexistent reputation will be tarnished and I will die alone. Okay, I want to solve world hunger and end all wars and diseases and create peace on earth. there I said it. gosh.
Moving on…these last few weeks have actually been eye opening for me and I have tried reflecting on this last year and on how much I’ve changed and learnt and gone through but what I struggle with though, is how much I actually apply all of my experiences and teachings into my life and work, I’ve always had trouble with that and maybe it’s because I think I know better or just don’t care enough, or the fact that I am and have been very, very stuck in my habits.
So this year, I want to get rid of old habits and I want to make new habits. Right after I’ve solved my first couple of resolutions.