Friday, 27 June 2014

My Summer Ball and Starting A New Chapter

My time at Reaseheath College has come to a close so I will be starting a new chapter in my life, I'm not entirely sure where I am going yet but I'm sure I will figure it out on the way. But this week has been a very very busy one for me!! On tuesday I had my Summer ball at college which I was super excited for but at the same time really nervous (as it meant there was going to be lots of attractive males in suits which makes me go weak at the knees) and I'm also a very socially awkward person so I find it difficult to have decent conversations with people I don't really know!! But once we got there we had to set up our tent on the college field because we live quite far from college, during this process the heavens opened and by the end of it we looked like drowned rats which we weren't to happy about as we had all our hair and makeup done before hand but we soon adjusted ourselves in the toilets so it wasn't all bad. After queuing for what seemed like forever we finally were let in. The night consisted of lots of alcohol (Don't worry we are all over the legal drinking age), beach balls and blow up saxophones/guitars and overall it was a really good night even though it was pretty much a blur, but my friends managed to capture some hilarious moments!!



 From the picture on the right you can see someone was trying to steal my beach ball... Unlucky for him I wasn't letting go of that ball for anybody.
                                             I clearly think I'm Miley Cyrus in this picture above!!

After having no sleep in the tent because people thought it would be funny to bang on our tent all night, open our tent and have a nosey who was inside and unpeg our tent! We set off home the next day and caught up on all our sleep :) and today on the 27th of June it was our graduation day. 
Graduation day is where we went on stage collected our certificates and all the other students, teachers and parents gave us a round of applause. There was a fancy violinist who was proper going for it and he did an amazing cover of Clean Bandits Rather be. The event seemed to go on for a while and was a tad boring in parts but at the end we got lots of pictures with our tutors/course managers and friends and it was a nice way to end our time at Reaseheath. Although I complained pretty much every day while I was there because I had to get up at 5:30 every morning, I wouldn't change it for the world because I feel like I've made some lifelong friends and some amazing memories. The college in general will have a special place in my heart because I have grown a lot as a person while attending there and have gained a lot of confidence. So all that's left to say now is thank you Reaseheath and everyone in it for providing me with a truly unforgettable experience :)