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Friday, 14 August 2015

The School for Good and Evil (The Last Ever After)

So where do I start with this book?! I am a massive fan of the School for Good and Evil series and have now read every single book, yay!  And recently I got the last book of the series to review.  When I heard I was going to be reviewing this book I was so excited and I started reading it straight away.

The School for Good and Evil (The Last Ever After) is about two young girls who used to be the closest of friends until their story took an unexpected twist.  Agatha and Sophie were torn apart by boys that they loved.  Agatha was with her prince and Sophie was with her school master.

Agatha and her prince aren't having the best time, they are consistently fighting, trapped in Agatha's mother's home, meanwhile Sophie is trapped in the school master's castle until she accepts his marriage proposal, but this is not all, both Agatha and Sophie have a witch bounty and therefore are trying to stay hidden so that they don't get burnt at the stake, but when Agatha's mum and Sophie's dad are forced to find them and are forced to wear guard armour, well, all is not good.

Saturday, 25 October 2014

Newborn girl photography ideas and tips

Having a baby is incredible, the thought of bringing a new life into the world, well it's amazing really, isn't it?
There's nothing better than having gorgeous photo of the little one while they are a baby, so you can look back and see how much they have changed.  When you have a photo of your little one you want it to be the absolute best, so I have come up with some ideas for your little baby girl!

This photo, by Anastasia's Photography, is stunning!  What I love about it most is the colour of the flower, it makes the whole picture more cute.  One of my top tips when taking a newborn photo of a girl is...add a headband with a flower!  It shows the baby is a girl, not just that, it makes your girl look so little, delicate and pretty.

Friday, 24 October 2014

Life lately...

Life has been a lot different from how it used to be.  I have been at secondary school for nearly two months now.  Some days are better than others, but looking's all so strange.

I went to school throughout the whole of preschool, foundation stage, up to the beginning of year 4, and that's all in one preschool and two schools.  Then I was home educated.  I loved being home educated, helping out with my little siblings was my life.  But then I became so bored all of a sudden, searching for something new to do, something different.  Mum said about secondary school, I don't think she expected me to think about and say yes.  Mum probably thought I would quickly react and shout "NO WAY!", I don't blame her.

When Mum sent the letter to school all signed off and saying I was going, I regretted my choice so badly that I started to feel like it was going to be the end of the world.  Mum sent the letter quite late so I wasn't completely sure they would have a space for me, but when they replied and said I had a space...I was gutted.  I was pretty sure something good would happen when I was there, that was partly the reason why I wanted to go in the first place, along with wanting to do something new.

For the first week I HATED school as much as you could, but now I am really enjoying it, there are some lessons that I wish didn't exist, but other than that I am alright with school.  I have made two BFFs that are just amazing and incredible and altogether lovely people.  I have also met a few people I wish I hadn't, but that's just life, isn't it?

So, to all people that are thinking about trying something new, that you wouldn't usually, I would say GO FOR IT!  You probably will regret it for a while but after that I'm pretty sure you will be glad you made the decision.  It might feel like forever, but eventually you'll get there.