A Universe Trapped in a Labyrinth

This is my boring and interesting and teenager life spanning from age 15 to 18 (May 2015-August 2018)
Within you'll find many re-inventions of myself, boy trouble, school trouble and life trouble. (Plus interesting bits I thought I would include as well).
Do you dare to enter the maze?


1. Lights. Camera. Music?

Note: Diaries are a thing in which all of us have taken up at least once in our life times; however, in my experience every diary that I have ever tried to begin – has never, ever been concluded. In our youths we all believe our diaries to be a ‘No Touch Zone!’ a place where all thoughts, secret crushes on celebrities and peers, and actions of our lives are kept locked away. Although I’m sure that we have tried valiantly to upkeep them, diaries are left with sporadic entries or abandoned at one time or another.

This year I am determined to finally finish a diary documenting my year no matter how boring or interesting it may be. Along my way, through this long year, I will be also documenting all the tips and rules that I find when writing a diary; and so, without further ado, I present to you the How to Write a Daily Digital Diary.


Date: Monday 11th May 2015 16:22

Entry: 1/?

Subject: Lights. Camera. Music?

Tip/advice: #1 Pick a focus. You don’t have to write about your whole day. You could pick just one thing, a collection of things or just something you saw that you particularly liked and start writing. Depicting your whole day can be daunting, so don’t!


I’m sure that at least one time in your life you’ve seen a person wearing all black and wondered how on earth they survive without baking alive? Well, today I was one of those people wearing all black. Mind you, I kind of had to. You see, I’m playing a mysterious character, who appears ghostly almost blending in with the very background and when they do speak talk with a creepy as if detached tone – I am playing the Narrator of a play called ‘Blood Brothers’. I am also being graded for it and this grade will be there for the rest of my life, so you can see why this situation can have me sweating already can’t you? Wearing all black is hard you know. Especially since I can’t put into play one of my many mannerisms in order to keep cool – roll up my sleeves. For the first two hours of my morning, I had to run through tirelessly through my performance. Who never said that practice makes perfect? Although, looking like a member of a gang, parading around swinging both a plastic knife and a pocket watch within those two hours, and getting locked out and having to knock on the door with a bible to be let in does make the day sound interesting. Among, those interesting aspects I actually got something done!

On Wednesday, no less than two days from now, I will be performing in front of no less than my year and the year above and an examiner. Nerve wracking yes? So far, I’ve been blinded by spotlights, deafened by depressing music to fit the morbid play and creeped out by myself so Wednesday should be fun.

But it wasn’t all misery. For the last two hours instead of acting my way to self-enlightenment, I listened to a variety of music to pass the time all the while playing truth and dare with some friends. Among the truths my biggest book peeve – for me folding the pages and for my friend hardback books (I love hardback books, I was outraged!). But on another note, do you know how hard it is to sweep a carpet with a sweeping brush? Yeah, it’s not easy.

But back to the topic of hand, wearing all black in the sunlight? Not easy. You cook in that ensemble and I am proud of all of those who have because it’s not easy.

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