What’s up guys, it’s your girl Liv!
I’m here to introduce myself; but the real question is, where do I start? I am your basic white girl. I am addicted to makeup and I hope to do reviews of some of my favourite palette’s and makeup collections in general. I’m a student, I’ll be going to Bath Spa University in a couple of weeks, which I am really excited about. I am also obsessed with musicals, Hamilton, has to be my absolute favourite, I have the CD playing in my car when I’m driving around, has to be my favourite part of driving, besides the endless supply of McDonald’s I seem to be buying for myself. I would also like to say how fascinated I am with unsolved mysteries, so if time and research allows it, I will hopefully do posts on this, but we’ll see how that goes.
Instead of making this boring, I shall leave all of you with a driving story to make you laugh. It was the day before my practical driving test, I was really nervous because if I failed I would have to wait 5 months until my next test in September as I can’t take my car with me to University, anyway, I was driving around with my mother and I was leaving a junction after completing a reverse round the corner, which I was really proud about because I’d always struggled with that, anyway as I was leaving the junction I did look right, but there was a van in the way, as I left I heard a car beeping at me as I was already rolling forward, I was only doing about 1mph; but with the stress levels I screamed and slammed on the brakes! Then this guy drove past and I had a complete break down about how I shouldn’t be driving, how I will never pass my test, now a good 20 minutes went of me uncontrollably crying and then my mother forced me to drive on, we parked in Tesco, my mum asked me if I wanted to go in, at which point I glared at her and said ‘REALLY, looking like this‘ now envision, a girl with mascara and eyeliner smudged all over her face. I was not going in. Still sat in my car, I called a few friends to help calm me down, opened my window as it was a bit too warm for me and an old lady, whose car was not too far from me, came running up to my car asking me if I was okay, if someone had upset me or broken up with me, when I told her what happened, she tried to look for a tissue in her handbag, which she did not have, she reassured me and told me to get back into it. On the bright side, I passed my driving test, but that’s a story for another time.
See you soon.
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