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?


67. A pair of faithful shoes and their sister,


19th August 2015

Here is a list detailing the major events of my day:

Waking up and upon finding out there was nothing in for breakfast, ate Nutella on a slice of bread and a smattering of strawberries. Finishing my fourth book of the week (might I add that these books were about 400-600 pages each). Sitting outside in the warm weather debating on what book I should now read. Debating whether homework was really necessary to do at that moment (it really wasn’t). Getting my hair cut. Looking like a cyber-man from Doctor Who for about forty five minutes. Throwing a pair of shoes out. The family car breaking down and the resultant panic. Giving my brother his birthday cards. And last but not least finally writing this…


If I were to say that you, the readers of this, should rank that list in order of importance ranging from the most important at the top and the least at the bottom, what order would it lie?

I bet you wouldn’t think that throwing a pair of shoes out would be at the top huh?

Those shoes were my favourite, having been worn on most sunny mornings and having being paired with all sorts of outfits. This may be a teenage girl reaction or something. But I may be kind of glad that they went, after all in the end they were being held up by cello-tape and hope.

They lasted a lot longer than their sister. Their sister being the exact same pair but of another colour. They sadly fell apart rather quickly and lay in the back of my wardrobe until today when they met their demise alongside their kin.

Ah, I’m sorry about that. But it had to be done unfortunately.


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