A calm afternoon

Good morning everyone! Long time no chat- sorry for that! I had my exams, which I finally finished and now am working on a few things before I go on holiday next week! I’ve got a coursework and a project plan to hand in right when I return so I’m trying to get them as close to done as possible before I leave! My exams went well – I think the second one went better than expected, but I’m still nervous to find out the grades in a month! I did my best and that’s all that matters though! 🙂 I wanted to share some photos of my Sunday afternoon- my brother Raimundas came to visit Jonas and I this past weekend 🙂 As I had to revise I spent quite a lot of time in the bedroom studying, but we had some fun evenings with delicious food and on Sunday, after enjoying pancakes Jonas made for us we went on a hike to the Mount. I love it there- used to go there all the time last summer but haven’t been in a while. It’s a massive hill in Guildford that faces the entire town and every time I go up there it puts life in perspective, how little we are compared to the world and how our problems may not always be that relevant or as scary as they seem. It really calmed me down before getting back to revision and work. The walk was lovely- a bit slippery and cold, but the view was definitely worth it. Speak to you soon! Xx

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