Casually failing beforee 9.30 am when I have to get up infront of the camera and class and present a piece of work I know I’ve now done completely wrong.
I know it’s weird, but I have to keep checking track just to make sure the offer I got earlier was real and I didn’t dream it.
It’s not my first choice, but still, if I can’t get onto my preffered it would still be an amazing course to do <3
My contact lenses hate my eyes right now.
Conditional offer for Media Arts at Strawberry Hill. I already have the grades to get on!
If I accept I get to spend a year in Japan :D
My friend’s aunt’s dogs are Staff/rottweiler crosses and they are the most pathetic animals I have ever met! I’m scared of dogs and even I think they’re soppy buggers!
Exactly! My dog’s a German Shepard x Rottwieler and he doesn’t even chase our chickens!
It’s hard to think of them as scary dogs once you get to know them. ^___^
And people think my dog’s all soft as he’s a cocker spaniel, but it’s very likely he’ll bite if we walk him without a muzzle and he’s not allowed off his lead.
Toby makes me want to stroke his ears because they look all soft and fluffy. ^___^
Honestly it’s mostly because my dog is a cross between two ‘aggressive’ and ‘dangerous’ breeds, but he’s absolutely beautiful and harmless.
I’ve had people avoid me in the street when I’ve been walking him on a lead and screamed at in public parks for having him off the lead. I trust my dog and I know he’s harmless, as does everyone who gets to know him, in fact, people joke about what a terrible guard dog he’d make because he’s so soppy and trusting and wouldn’t hurt a fly.
There’s no such thing as a horrible dog, only a horrible owner that brings them up that way. People shouldn’t judge a dog by its breed.