24th June 2003 a little girl was born, and on 24th June 2012 that little girl was 9 years old. Marie is Katie’s niece, and here are a few photos of that day.
We went for a walk down Farley Mount for the afternoon to go and explore. Of course, I took my camera and got some really good photos of the kids having fun!
I took Ryan down to St. Catherine’s Hill on the 26th June for a short photo walk. Here are the captured moments from that day.
In October last year (2011) I booked some tickets for Katie and myself to go and visit the Royal Albert Hall to watch an orchestral performance. On June 9th my dream of seeing an orchestra perform live in the Royal Albert Hall was realised!
The emotion, the feel, the sound. There are many words which I could come up with to describe these, but none would do them any justice.
When a suitable performance is next available I will be attending once again. While out and about near the Albert Hall, I snapped a few photos.
For me at the moment, time seems to be moving incredibly slow ever since I booked my practical driving test. This is probably down to my excitement. Finally being able to go where ever I like, do what ever I want, being completely independent and not relying on anyone ever again.
As of right now, there are only 8 days left before I take my test, and it seems the closer I get, the more frustrated I am about not bring able to drive my car without a chaperone. Don’t get me wrong, it’s nice to have someone sat in the car with me chatting shit, but it would be nice to finally not worry about if I am taking them away from something that they actually want to be doing.
Luckily I have an awesome friend who knows what I am going through, and is willing to sit in the car with me and let me drive to get some more experience.
Just the other day I went out with Keveena in the car to Andover and back, just so that I could get some more experience driving in a motorway type environment. I will be doing a lot of long distance driving when I finally pass because my mum live in Kent and Kate’s dad lives where ever he lives, I have no idea, but the more long distance driving experience I can get the better!
I have looked at getting a SatNav when I pass which will help me out a lot and make my journeys that much easier. I have been looking at the TomTom Start 60. It seems pretty awesome with its 6 inch screen and the free map updates from the TomTom community, which is a must have feature, that way, no matter how long I have this, it should never get out of date!
You can get a great review of the TomTom Start 60 from Pocket-Lint.com including photos.