Seeing as my life is currently full of trying to find jobs, updating my C.V. and preparing for interviews I thought I’d spend a minute trying to think up interesting things about myself. I’m probably going to be asked anyway the next time I sit down in the hot seat, so I see no harm in preparing for the inevitability of that.
I’m pretty sure that by about 3 I’ll have run out of genuinely interesting things about myself, so don’t expect the world. After all I am only human.
Disclaimer: This list may contradict itself quite a bit. Just trust me when I say it’s all true! (It really is.)
Anyway, here we go – don’t judge.
I don’t know what I did wrong, or why she doesn’t come back. I sit here waiting, faithful to her, and the words already written. She is my life; without her I am nothing more than a blank slate.
Everyday she awoke to yet another selfish, needless act of human hatred.
Sometimes she did not even wake – she was still up from the chaos of the day before.
I know what you’re thinking. This is just going to be the same as all those other cookbooks which have been left untouched upon your shelves. They’ve got it all, the pretty covers, the delicious food, the household names which we all admire, but they all seem to have forgotten some critical facts: cooking can actually just take up too much time, or money, or to be frank, who eats duck d’orange on a regular basis? It can just get so boring looking through recipe books of food which looks delicious, but also in a way seems like something you would never actually eat, or even attempt to cook! This book is nothing like those other cookbooks, and when you read it you will instantly see why!
It’s a clear cut case like 1, 2, 3,
You caught me by the window
Watching over the sea
You wrapped your arms around me
Said you’d hold me forever
And I believed. I believed.
Before looking at home in relation to The Beauty Queen of Leenane, it is important to first define exactly what ‘home’ means, and the differences between ‘a house’ and ‘a home.’ To begin, we will first look at the rudimentary definition of a house. The Oxford Dictionary defines ‘house’ as ‘a building for human habitation,’ placing specific importance upon the building itself, with no mention of the interpersonal/familial relationships within the house.