Well i thought that seeing as its now the new year i would evaluate my experiance of 2003.
Well first of all i spose I had better take a look at what was furthest away from now, my last term of year eleven in secondary school. It was fun at least everything that wasn't work was. I dreaded my GCSE exams before i took them and even though i did hardly any revision i collected a set of grades that i am very pleased with.
Thank you J.K.Rowling for the fifth installment of Harry Potter, it was a great read but hopefully we all won't have to wait as long for the next book as we did for this one after the Goblet of Fire.
The next thing I supose is my family holiday to the south of France for two and a half weeks, our visit to Futuroscope was fun and interesting and the rest i spent lazing around sunning myself at our holiday village.
Then when i got back from France i got to enjoy the longest summer holiday iv'e ever had, and boy I had fun in it doing far to much to remember and taking far to much which means that I can't remember.
Next it was off to college, and this was very different to school and I love not having to wear a uniform, the work is sometimes very challenging but i enjoy it, iv'e made a lot of new friends and they are all good mates now, I can't wait to see them again after this christmas holiday.
I got together with someone about the middle of november and she is great we are getting on great and in 2004 I hope that it continues to be a really good relationship.
The third installment by Peter Jackson of the Lord of the Rings which was the Return of the King, was amazing but i look forward to the extended dvd of the movie due out november time this year as hopefully it will make the move follow a lot more of the books story instead of missing loads out especially the ending.
And finally onto this the new year, I hope that I can do well in my first A level tests in the second week of being back at college.
WISHING EVERYONE A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR