Sunday, 28 September 2014

The Start Of A New Chapter


FRESHER'S WEEK

This week I had my Freshers at University, and it was both exciting and terrifying. I'll say first off that I didn't have a typical Freshers week at all, I didn't have any crazy drunken nights or go to any parties. But I made a good friend who I really got to know and spend time with, so I can't complain about how things have gone because I've met and had some great times meeting new people. I didn't move away for uni so I'm living at home in London, but it's still exciting meeting new people and learning Japanese and Korean even if it isn't quite the same as living away from home. London is a city that I have an undying love for. It's exciting, multi-cultural and I'm more than happy to be staying here. 

LONG DISTANCE RELATIONSHIP

The other major change in my life is that I'm now going to be in a (sort of) long distance relationship with my boyfriend. He's going of to university at Norwich and I'll be staying in London for uni. He left yesterday and saying goodbye to him was one of the hardest things I've had to do. His mother was moving house too, so I was helping him clear his bedroom out and I couldn't hold my tears back at all. We also celebrated our six month anniversary on the Friday, hence the lovely roses above.

Adding to the tears, my boyfriend decided we should watch the last episode of Friends (my all time favourite show) and that made me even more depressed. Change is hard, but it's also exciting. I just hope that me and my boyfriend can do the distance because I don't want to lose him!

BLOGGING

It's the end of the holidays, and it's time for me to organise when to blog and actually find time to do it! I'll try my best to upload and update regularly and look forward to finding more and amazing blogs  and getting to know more of you here. 

Thanks for reading lovelies! Are there any big new changes in your life? 


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  1. Long distance relationship is very hard but it can work! My husband and I had online/veryyyyyy longggg distance relationship for close to 2 years and look where we are now. All the best to you hun! hugs!

    Reflection of Sanity

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    1. Well that definitely gives me some hope haha, it's great to see you blogging again. Missed seeing you round!

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  2. Wow Japanese crikey how ambitious you must be a good linguist! Awh at least you made a good friend, hope your relationship is still just as great though! Abi :)
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  3. Thanks :) Well I really love Japanese so I'm sure I'll be able to persevere through it haha

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  4. Hi! I just wanted to let you know that I have nominated you for the One Lovely Blog Award and I would love it if you checked out my post and continued it yourself - my post is here http://www.justtilly.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/one-lovely-blog-award.html

    Thanks, Tilly xxx

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  5. this has happened to me too, a lot of change in a short amount of time. its overwhelming and scary at first but after a while you get used to it. i think its great that you're meeting new people and having a good time so far in Uni, i cant wait to hear about your experience :) i hope all goes well with your boyfriend too!
    ps- victoria, if you ever need someone to talk to, you can always email me or dm me on twitter :) i would love to talk to you about anything haha! xx

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  6. Long relationships aren't easy but if you both want to make it work I truly believe it will. My boyfriend and I have been at different universities for a year now and we're still going strong! Hope you're settling into your new university nicely :)

    Chloe The Redhead | Beauty, Fashion & Lifestyle

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    1. Thanks :) Glad you and your boyfriend are still together!

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  7. You'll be okay! And I'm glad you had a good Freshers. I didn't do the party thing either, but I am so glad, because that's really not me! I can't wait to read more about your uni experience so I can live vicariously through you! :)

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  8. You'll be just fine, and the first will always be the hardest, and once you and your boyfriend ease to LDR iit will be okay <3

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  9. Cute post, things will get easier :)

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