If you’ve ever met me you’d know I’m a huge ABBA fan. I could literally talk to you about them for hours and hours and never get bored. ( No promises of not boring YOU to death.) My mother first introduced me to their music when I was 6 years old, and from then on the only sound you could hear coming from my room was them. Through thick and thin their music would be the only thing I could find solace in. Of course I’m overexaggerating but you get my point – they played a big part in my childhood which also led me to liking other 60s and 70s bands.
I lost my mum at 14 and it was a blur. I don’t like telling people because I hate getting pitied. I doubt half of my class knows.
- This is not a 'poor me' post. It's simply a large part of my life that I felt like sharing. :)
My mum was more than just a mum, she was my best friend.
A nature research journal has revealed that the worldwide love for burgers, steaks and dairy products is draining the freshwater in the western US and putting native fish species at risk.
Acclaimed TV journalist and Executive Producer at BBC World News Eddie Botsio has kindly agreed to come to meet students for a Q & A session on Wednesday 25 March (lunchtime).
Lauren O'Callaghan, Lifestyle Editor of Express Online (covering Lifestyle, travel and personal finance) asked us to post this advert at the CfJ: