I couldn’t believe my eyes when I checked the news yesterday morning. I hadn’t even considered the possibility of a brexit victory, especially since I don’t know a single person who voted for leaving. That might be because in this vote it was the older generations who chose the future path for the younger generations, a path so many don’t want to go down.
Awrite! (Scottish for ‘hi’)
As the Christmas holiday is becoming just a distant memory and everyday life taking over again it’s starting to sink in that we’ve entered year 2014. When thinking back about last year, I realise that, once again, it’s been a year of changes. I like change, which might be a reason I, since I turned 18, haven’t stayed in the same place, school or job for a long period of time. 2013 was no different.
I’ve been missing the sea lately, so although the weather wasn’t great we took the train to North Berwick yesterday. It’s a lovely little coastal town only a 30-minute train ride from Edinburgh. It was low-tide when we were there, so it was perfect for some rockpooling. All we found was a drowned crab, lots of smaller crab carcasses and a few living ones. Plus a couple of golf balls from the nearby course (that we took home with us).