Friday, January 28, 2011

Australia Day

Girl With An Addiction had one of the best Australia Days ever.

Quick Re-cap:
Met up at 7 Mile Beach with a bunch of awesome people from church. Mistaking a dirt road for one of the many entrances to the beach, we decided to follow it, trekking up and down a huge hill, and into the bush! About half an hour later, after a stick cut into my foot, a few spider attacks, having our lives threatened by some logs, vines and more sticks, we decided we should admit that we were lost and so we started to head back to our cars. And so Part One of our Australia Day Adventure ended...

Soon to be followed by Part Two: The Actual Beach!
We found the actual beach. Finally. We did the usual set up: beach towels out, bags in the middle, sunscreen application, commencement of good food consumption etc. A few people went and got hot chips, which were the bomb-diggity.

So I'm going to be honest, I never really liked the beach... Mainly because I can't see what's out there... The only reason I liked it was because there's  water, tanning, walking along the sand, and hot guys... 

However, my liking to the beach has grown immensely!!! 

After hanging out with fantastic-balismical people, we all headed back home, to do whatever.

I then went to my awesome friend's house for dinner, and later headed off to another beach to watch fireworks. My step-dad, Jay, and I actually went down into the water to watch the fireworks. It was really freaky because we were the only ones in the water, and I was so paranoid that a shark would come and attack us... Luckily, no sharks attacked us... 

Anyways, I had so much fun on Wednesday!! That day is most definitely on the Best Times I've Ever Had At A Beach Since I Can Remember list.


The 26th January marks the anniversary of the arrival of the First Fleet of 11 convict ships from Great Britain, and the raising of the Union Jack at Sydney Cove by its commander Captain Arthur Phillip, in 1788. 

However, today it is now known as a day where every sheila and bloke can come together and celebrate being an Aussie. 

On Australia Day, this is what's to be expected:

Attire: Thongs, boardies, singlets, all in these colours/patterns: 
Red, blue and white with some stars thrown in (The Australian flag), green and gold/yellow (Socceroo's colours, and representing Wattle and Eucalyptus), black (with red and yellow, for the Aboriginal flag), and basically anything that resembles the Australian flag, worn in any way such as a temporary tattoo, mini-flags, capes, towels, face-paint, you name it!

Food: Snags on the barbie, meat pies with enough sauce on them that the pie starts to disappear, beer, lamingtons, sangers, pavlova, mash and, of course, Vegemite!

Activities: Cricket, the beach, bush walks, barbecues, family get-togethers, Big Day Out, partying all night long, and fireworks.

Most common slang I actually heard this Australia Day: Aussie, barbie, G'day, arvo, and mate.

All these, and more, represent what our Australia is, so next Australia Day get together with your mates, and celebrate being an Aussie!!

God bless,

Girl With An Addiction 
xoxo =P

P.S. I know it's late. Quit complaining :P

Wednesday, January 26, 2011


Girl With An Addiction is writing to all the gamers out there.

Ever needed to know a few handy tips about FPS games? On Xbox 360 for that matter?

Well, GamerFreak knows it all.

With helpful tips every week, this guy is a true gamer. This week's post was about "Swimming" (AKA, "gone fishing" or "Fishing"). I may be a bit of a gamer, but I had no idea what that was until I read his blog this morning!

All gamers out there, check him out!

Happy Australia Day!

Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P

Tuesday, January 25, 2011


Girl With An Addiction's parents are being annoying... 

I have to get off my laptop.

But I thought I'd be nice and let you all know that on Thursday I shall be posting two blogs... Yes, two!

And they shall be awesome!

Night all and God bless,

Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P

Everything Is A Big Word.

Girl With An Addiction is feeling a bit of everything at the moment.

My best friend moved across the country on Sunday, I had an awkwardly alright day on Sunday with a friend, actually spent time with my cousins and grandfather yesterday, work was boringly fun, had a relatively big fight with a friend last night, found out there are more than the number of guys I want liking me, had a physio appointment this morning,and now I'm confused about how I should and am feeling.

I miss my best friend. It's as simple as that. I'm going to miss running up to her and crash-tackle-hugging her whenever I see her. I'm going to miss her rambling about guys. I'm going to miss her being a great listener. I'm going to miss our epic DnM's. And I'm going to miss everything about her.

I had a good day on Sunday. I spent the day with a great friend, which was a little weird, because to be honest, I didn't really feel like going out at all, so it took some time to feel normal again. But all in all, twas good.

Yesterday I went for a swim with my little cousins and my grandfather. We had a water fight with pool noodles. It was really fun! I'm so glad I actually got off my butt and had fun, it really cheered me up.

Anyways, I'm kind of in between a few moods at the moment. And I don't know why. It would probably help that I haven't taken my anti-depressants today... Which I will go and take asap.

This blog is more of a filler, and so I'm off to work, then to my grandmother's. 

Expect another later tonight... It should be good :)

Have a fantastic-balismical day!

Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P

Sunday, January 23, 2011

That Crazy Girl

Rach; That Crazy Girl.
Girl With An Addiction is dedicating this blog to That Crazy Girl...

No, she's not a fellow blogger, she's not some random girl I met at Maccas, and she's most certainly not a normal person...

This girl, in fact, is my best friend.

I'm writing this blog to her because she's moving to Perth at 1pm today... I'm hoping she'll be able to read this soon so she'll what an amazing girl she really is.

At the start of year 7 I was known as the shy, quiet girl. Having moved an hour from my home town and my primary school, I didn't know anyone in high-school. I started to get in with the wrong crowd and isolated myself from the people who were actually trying to get to know me (little did I know that they would soon become my awesome friend circle). Midway through term one, along came Rachael. This crazy, outgoing, funny, smart girl, who helped me break through my shyness, and become almost like her.

We had the occasional silly argument, and one day we vowed never to fight again (like any teen girl best-friendship does). We never fought again while we were at the same school.

When my mum decided I would be changing schools to a private Christian school, Rachael (with the help of another friend) actually started a petition so I wouldn't leave. This petition actually went around the whole school, with nearly every teacher signing it, and almost with 200 signatures. Sadly, (but luckily) my mum wouldn't budge, and so I changed schools.

From then on Rachael and I only had one physical connection, where we could meet every Friday and Sunday and have fun together- church. I started inviting her to youth group at the end of term one, and she finally decided to show up one day! Having loads of fun on her first night, she chose she would come every week, eventually starting to attend church on Sunday. She's been coming regularly ever since.

Even though we've fought since then, over the most silly issues (boys being a big factor), we always manage to pull through.

Last year I went through a lot of things no girl should have to go through. Rachael was there for me, in odd ways that can never fully be explained... 

Rachael and I have the weirdest friendship. We agree on hardly anything; boys, clothes, music, Canadians.

We have "creative discussions" on almost everything, yet we are still able to laugh at anything for hours on end.

Though we may be complete opposites in a few areas, we are still always more than willing to be a listener, talker, shoulder-to-cry-on, joke-explainer, chocolate-buyer, and a massive-hug-giver. 

Rachael is the funniest person you'll ever meet. She can laugh at anything for hours, and still find it funny weeks later.

She has an obsession with piercings... Lately, she's been wanting to get her hips pierced... A little strange, yes, but that's her.

Along with her love for fluoro arm and leg warmers, she is constantly wearing skin-coloured stockings with shorts... No matter how hot it is, she's always be wearing them. Don't ask why, because you won't get an answer.

Because Rachael has such a wide taste in her choosing of boys to perve on, she has taken a HUMONGOUS infatuation to Jeydon Wale... A Canadian guy with weird hair and piercings, and who looks like kind of like Justin Bieber. That's all I know. Yes Rachael, he is super-dooperly hot, but I don't think I'll ever like him as much as you do hehe.

In year 7 we used to call ourselves hippies, and we were known for wearing cool headbands and saying "Peace" to everyone in sight...

Those were the days.

Rachael, thank you for being everything I could have asked for; A one-of-a-kind-best-friend.

I don't care if you're moving to Perth, we will see each other again, no matter what!

I'm going to miss you so much.

I know I didn't cry much when we said goodbye yesterday, but it's because I know that no matter what, you'll always be like a sister I never had. So why cry over something so happy?

I hope you have an amazing time in Perth, making friends, going to school, finding a new church (you better!), perving on guys without me, and enjoying the sand :P

I love you, Rachael, as a friend, fellow-chocoholic, and Sister in Christ.

Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P

P.S. If anyone has Facebook, feel free to vote for us for Diva's Australia's Fav BFF'S. :)

Friday, January 21, 2011


Girl With An Addiction has been really horrible these holidays.

I feel really bad lately... I visit my grandparents a lot, a fair few times a week, and my little cousins are always there.. I haven't really been very sociable these holidays, with anyone.  It's a tradition that every time I see my grandparents, we do something together, whether it be going for a swim, for a walk, shopping, even to Maccas, we always do something. These holidays I've been in the pool twice. Twice. Usually I would go in about 2-4 times a day. You may not think that's a big deal, but I make an effort to make and keep people happy... I've been super-dooperly lazy, and it's very upsetting.

I actually love spending time with my grandparents. They make me happy, and they like taking me out, and spending quality time together... I actually don't understand why more people don't do it... 

I used to be a bit embarrassed about always going out with them, because I thought it wasn't "cool." Then I realised that family is so much more important than what the world thinks. Instead of worrying what other teens think of me going to the movies with my grandmother, or going shopping or even for a walk with my grandfather, I've learnt to enjoy every moment I spend with them.

From next week, every time I visit my family, I will do something with them. And that's a promise that I will try my very best to keep.

God has taught me to cherish those close to the heart, and so I've been trying, a lot. I think I have been, and it's making a lot of people happy.

Cherish those you love, and the minutes you spend with them, because you might wake up one day and realise they're not there anymore... It's better to have loved, than to never love at all. 

I love my family :)

Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Being A True Blogger

Girl With An Addiction is writing this blog specifically to Writer in Awe, London, England.

Firstly, thank you for your very wise words on one of my posts. You're clearly true in the majority of your reasonings, and given some of the topics I choose to write about, I can most certainly see where your perspective stands.

As it is, I am in fact a teenager, and most of my friends do like to read it, and catch up with what I'm writing. I can completely understand how it would be frustrating to see me talking about my friends when, clearly, I'm the blogger, and this is my blog. Contradicting, I know. But I am a teenager, and as much as I hate admitting to this- sometimes I enjoy being a teenager, and mentioning how great my friends are. I've thought about it, and have decided to lessen the amount of time I spend blogging about them.

The conversations can be annoying, I know. As I said, I have a lot of friends who read my blog, and so I can't really control who comments or not, but I will ask them to make their comments meaningful instead of "immature conversations."

I've been thinking a lot about how I need to focus my writing on real issues and myself, instead of just friends, so your comment really assisted in that.

Thank you for sharing your thoughts, and for reading my blog, of course. I much appreciate it.

Thanks for the quote, I did a little research and American political satirist, journalist, write and author P.J. O'Rourke is found to have stated it.. It's a great quote, very realistic.

I look forward to your input on this post.

Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P

Monday, January 17, 2011

Untitled, For Unknown Reasons...

Girl With An Addiction is alright.

I went to my physio, had an ultrasound on my back for a reason irrelevant to me. Also had those weird electro things stuck to my back again. Cried my eyes out, tis very painful... I like my physio. He is very nice, and we talked about what I have planned for the future, when I leave school, and what I'm interested in etc. 

He recommends that I read The Da Vinci Code, because I love reading. I shall.

Then I went to my psychologist. Yes, I see a psychologist every couple of weeks, because as a matter of fact, I do have issues, like every other person. I just like to talk about them, and know that there are people who care for me... I wish I could have stayed for longer, but the sessions only go for an hour.

It's kinda weird, me blogging this and all, but I don't really care because I'm not ashamed. And I don't care if you think I have mental issues, because I do- a mood instability, and I'm on natural anti-depressants now. So, if you like, you can talk to me about it, but if you're only going to judge me, then please do me a favour and stop reading my blog, or don't bother talking to me at all. Thanks.

In a bit of a weird mood at the moment... O:) It's an angel.

Did you know that God loves you, very much? More than anyone ever will? More than your parents, more than your siblings, more than that girl or guy who you see as everything, and more than any of your friends put together. He loves you, and me. So much so that He sent his son, Jesus, to die for us. He watched him get beaten, insulted, abused, and then watched him die on a cross. I doubt any of you would want to be crucified for someone. You say you truly love someone, but do you really? Do you even know what love is? God created love. He sent Love. Our God is Love. And you'll never truly understand what effect that love will have on you, until you accept what He did, and how much He loves you. You say you love someone. But you'll never love them as much as God loves you. 

I'm kinda rambling at the moment. Not really in the best of moods, but you'd think that I would be... My mind's a little warped at the moment, if you haven't noticed. 

Love God, because He loves you, and He always will.

Pray faithfully, Love honestly, and trust whole-heartedly. 

God bless,

Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P

Sunday, January 16, 2011


Girl With An Addiction hates Dawson's Creek.

The producers are stupid, and I dislike them very much at the moment.

That is all.

Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P


Love this; Not very antique
or anything, but it's good enough...
It's beautiful.
Girl With An Addiction went to the markets today.

I actually haven't been in over a year. Which is so surprising, because I love the markets. Just everything about them; the people, the culture, the food, the heat, the antiques... They're amazing.

Call me weird, I dare you :P

I especially love the antiques like old furniture, like rocking chairs, vanities, clocks, and record players... Not just because they look nice, but because every antique thing you find, has a different story behind it. A chair with a few dents in it here and there- maybe the owner had children who liked to play around with toys, and so one day they accidentally hit the chair, leaving an indentation.

Or what about that old lounge that no matter how much you try and clean it, will still smell like peppermint perfume.

The beautifully varnished mirror, atop the dresser. Stand in front of it, and the first thing I would imagine is a little girl, watching her mother apply make up, then trying to do her own.... The little girl helping her mother zip her dress up, before a night of dancing, or dinner, or something of the likes.

The record player- whenever you use it, you can't help but listen to classy blues/jazz songs, because the romantic aged couple that listened to it every Saturday night would dance and dance, and dance to their favourite songs... So it's more or less a tradition, if you will, to continue that dancing, so the memories locked away in that little record player will never be forgotten...

When I grow up, have a family, and a house, the first thing I'm buying is a record player. So I can dance the night away, and perhaps even recreate the evenings of the decades that have passed...

I love old fashioned things, I suppose I get that off my mother :P And I'm a seriously cheesy romantic, so I can't help but imagine how magical life can be... Even the history behind furniture. :P

In case you haven't noticed, I'm in a writing mood... And I've just had a fantastic-balismical idea for a story... :)


Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Dawson's Creek...

Girl With An Addiction is so amazed right now...


Dawson's Creek, season 5 is amazing me.

Chad Michael Murray is in it.

Jennifer Morrison is in it.... She plays Dr. Cameron in House, basically one of my favourite characters ever.

This show just continues to amaze me.... :D

As I said, you MUST watch it!

Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P


Girl With An Addiction had a super-dooperly awesome-spectacular-terrifiliscious day!

Every few months my church holds an awesome LAN (Local Area Network) party every few months. Basically, people bring their gaming consoles and verse each other in COD, Madden, FIFA, Urban Terror etc.. It's may seem really odd to some people, but it's really fun.

So, I went to my church's SummerLAN today. Probably the best one I've ever been to.

I got to hang out with some really awesome people, bought the fifth season of Dawson's Creek (which I'm watching now, and LOVING it!!!), and just had a really fantastic-balismical day! 

Thanks to the church for organising an awesome day, and to everyone for making it super-dooperly funtasmical!

New favourite quote....

"This is the largest congregation of nerds I've ever seen, and I go to Smiths Hill!"
~Patrick Davis~

I went to work today, not actually to work, to buy food... And I saw one of my friends who I work with. She stayed there for 12 flippin' hours!!! But she's weird, and I love her anyways.. :P

So, I'm watching Dawson's Creek... The greatest teen love story ever... It is so unbelievably cheesy and romantic, you just MUST watch it! I just can't get over how real it is... Every character's story relates perfectly to everyone. I love it! :D

Anyways, I'm going to eat some deliciously amazing Club Classic chocolate mousse stuffs.. SO GOOD! xD

Tata :)

Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P

Friday, January 14, 2011

Bad Luck

Girl With An Addiction had physio for the first time ever today.


Now, for me, that's a pretty big deal when you look at the number of times I've injured myself...

Over the past two years I've been in the emergency room about seven times, so much so that I'm now practically a regular. I've had a CT Scan on my brain, dropped a metal gate on my foot, had a bookshelf fall onto my ankles, have been susceptible to Appendicitis, and almost stayed overnight due to reasons I would rather not mention here... If you're lucky, ask me in person.

So I suppose you would say that the last two years have been horrible for me.

Now, I don't even know whether this is good or bad news... Still undecided. But I went to a physio today, for my back... He talked to me about where the pain was, all that stuff. Then he put some electric pad things onto certain areas on my back. They basically felt like little pins and needles, supposedly to help. I got to control the power of them, luckily... I don't think I'd want to be around Mother-dearest if she had them... :P Then he put some heat-packs on them for about a quarter of an hour... I nearly fell asleep, it was so nice... :)

Then we took them off, and talked some more. I have to do three exercises a day; two stretching ones, and a strengthening one...

This is where I'm unsure as to believe whether this is good or bad:

I'm very good at reading people, and I know physiotherapists can't exactly diagnose anything, but he kept saying how there are young people my age who've had problems like mine, but it's not common (usually there's only a one in 50-60 people who will have the same or similar issues). 

I have a feeling that this may be a life-long issue.

I'm a little worried now.

I have three appointments next week, and he didn't really seem to enthusiastic about me getting better anytime soon. 

The main issue with this injury, is that it's effecting my whole spine, basically from the lower of my right hip upwards. I can walk, but it hurts. And I can't sit, stand or be in the same position for very long... YAY!

I guess the best thing I can do right now, is stay positive. :)

Support and prayers would be much appreciated... Just sayin' :P

Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P

Home Towns, Shopping, and The Likes of Those Put Together...

Dream House.
The Notebook.
Girl With An Addiction is a shopaholic. 

Only for floral clothes, that is.

I've began to realise a certain pattern that I follow whenever I go out and buy clothes... No matter where I go, when shopping, I always seem to buy a new piece of clothing. But, the main clothing items I seem to continue buying, are all floral. No matter what. 

It's usually a dress, a skirt, and on occasion a shirt or shirts.

For instance, over the past week, I've bought about 5 dresses, 3 shirts, a few skirts and a pair of shorts. I think the only I've bought that hasn't had any kind of pattern on it, was a light pink/orange dress, that I'm taking back anyway because whoever made it was a complete moron and doesn't know how to sew properly...

Anyways, so I've decided that I have a slight obsession with floral dresses and skirts... I might add, the shorts and tops are really groovy, but for some reason I just prefer dresses. Don't call me girly, or I'll punch your face in. 

JUST KIDDING! That's really mean...

I suppose this is a good thing, because I love floral things, and it's Summer.

Which reminds me.. I finished designing my Dream House a few days ago.. Yes, I have a dream house. As I said earlier, I have a lot of dreams, and I plan to follow all of them. I'm very ambitious. I got some of the ideas for it The Notebook, like the blue shutters... Maybe, one day, I'll put it up here... If you're lucky ;)

I am in such a happy mood today!! I'm actually singing and dancing to songs today (as I write this actually)!! =]
Mostly "Unwritten" though... I'm also a bit obsessed with that song.. 

It may have something to do with the fact that I'm drinking an icee and a bottle of V... 

But I was super-dooperly happy before.. Maybe it's Heathcote.. I'm always happy when I'm here, tis good =]


Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Working At Maccas On Thursday Nights

Girl With An Addiction had a pretty full-on night at work...

Firstly work is selling Wollongong Hawkes basketballs... All the funds go toward the QLD Flood Victims. They're $5 each, which isn't much, so you should buy one. It's for a good cause, and could save someone's life.

Today, an old man came in and ordered him and his wife some food. They're regulars, so they come in pretty much every day... Today the man was wearing a shirt that said, "My other shirt is on your girlfriend." 

Now if you know me, imagine my reaction....

It was so difficult to keep a straight face, because it was just so odd to see a lovely little old man wearing such a shirt! But still, I served him, and twas all good.

Later on when it was kind of busy I shut down the computer system.

Seriously. The registers, all the screen throughout the restaurant, even drive-through, and the ones that show what food needs to be cooked... 

So pretty much, we couldn't do anything for about 5 minutes...

LUCKILY *cue the epic hero music* the register next to me seemed to be the only one working, so one of the other girls served, while my store manager frantically tried to get everything up and running again... 

About half an hour later a big family came in: Grandparents, mother and 2 kids. The mother had never been to Maccas before, and so she didn't know what came in a happy meal, or what types of drinks there were etc... So, I spent 5 minutes giving her ideas on what drink to get for her daughter and son... They eventually settled on Fruit Fizz (one of THE BEST drinks EVAR!!!). But by then the store manager had already put about 3 drinks on the counter, so he was running back and forth over and again...

I bet they wanted me back working today!! 

So yeah, my night of epic fails continued, and as always, epically failed... 

And now I don't work for another 5 days... Time to rejuvenate and get my game on! :D

Have fun shutting down whole store computer systems... 

Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P


Girl With An Addiction has a new pet.

Lily is a possum. She's not really my pet... But I like to think so... She lives in my grandparents roof, and sleeps outside on their verandah. She is the cutest thing ever! I'm adamant that she's a girl, and if not, then her name shall be.......... Tobias.  The Hebrew meaning: "God is good." It's a really cool bean name... =]

So Lily is the cutest possum I've ever seen. She's fairly small, and always watches me when I'm on the verandah... I put a little bowl of lettuce and tomato next to her... I hope she eats it... And I really hope she won't attack me when I go out there next. She's so adorable... And it's funny, because I'm smiling a lot. And I haven't smiled a lot in a few days... So tis very good... :)

I named her Lilly because it's one of my favourite flowers, and she's really cute, and the lily is very pretty... I was going to name her my most favourite name ever: Evangeline Lily, which means "Flower of God," but I thought it didn't suit.. So I'll stick to Lily... 

When I get a photo on my laptop, I'll put it up here :)

Ta ta for now... I'ma go check on her... :)

Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P

Yet Another Day In Which I Do Nothing

Girl With An Addiction is way to tired to even be contemplating whether to write this blog or not...

I just got back from the doctors. I start physio very soon... WOO! But at least I'll get better...

Work might possibly be very boring, because I'll be on front counter the whole time for the next week, due to the facts that I can't bend over, lift anything heavy, and run/walk a lot... Which is great, because that in turn means that that'll be all I'll be rostered on for... No cleaning dining room for me... It'll never be the same :P

I'm even having Maccas for breakfast. I'm like a regular or something! :P
I actually said that to my mum this morning... Purposely planned blonde moments amuse me greatly.

I'm craving Veronica Mars... My Mocha is going slightly cooler than before... Not to mention my hashbrowns... So I should have them now...

Ta ta.

Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P


Girl With An Addiction is tired.

I can't decide whether this a good morning, or a bad morning, so I just put "Morning" as my title... Hopefully it'll be a good morning.

So... My morning so far:

Wake up to Drops Of Jupiter.
Try and diffuse the painful bomb that is slowly ticking away in my brain by drinking the equivalent to a few cups of water. Some might call it a headache. With no luck, I practically drag myself out of bed, no joke. 

Yes, it took me that long to get to my bathroom, which is like, 3 metres away from my room.
Have a 20 minute shower.
Spend another 20 minutes getting dressed, or the likes (finding clothes, as I do).

Have Cooke Bitez with lactose-free milk for breakfast.
Make mother-dearest a cup of tea.

Continue eating breakfast that tastes oddly good.

Log onto beloved Facebook.
Begin more research on painkillers.

Mother comes out and says good morning. I wonder why the heck we're up so early.
She sits own, tea in hand, and grabs my laptop off me... Seriously.
Also researches painkillers...

I have my laptop back, and she goes away. I don't actually know if she finished her tea.. But I even made it in a Simpson's cup, just for her. So she better have finished it....

Begin writing blog.
Painkillers start to sink in..... :)

Crave Veronica Mars.

Wonder who's gonna be reading this very pointless blog.

Wonder why I'm even writing a blog so pointless, that even I wouldn't read it if I wasn't writing it.

Remember DACLAN is on this Saturday... 
Become super-dooperly excited =D

Try to think of a good closure for this blog.
Remember that I'm going to the doctors in about 10 minutes...
Remember I have work this evening.

Log off Facebook.

Thinks of a nice conclusion thing:

Smile when you're sad, it'll remind you of a happy time... Then hopefully, you're smile will be for a reason.

Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Our Lives Are Still Unwritten

Girl With An Addiction is being super-dooperly frustrated at Blogger...

I was just looking at some of my past blogs, and apparently I can't view some of the photos I've posted with them... And I really liked them... So now I'm going to go back and find them all...

I have a new favourite song. It's not new though, far from it. I've just been hearing it over an dover again in my head, so I thought why not listen to it... So I did, and now it's ALL I CAN HEAR!!!! Not really, I juts LOVE it :D

"Unwritten" by Natasha Bedingfield. 

Yes, you've heard it. You may have heard it in The Sisterhood of The Travelling Pants, Ice Princess, The Da Vinci Code, Because I Said So, The Hills, Degrassi: The Next Generation, and you've definitely heard it on that Pantene add... And she even performed it at the Concert For Diana. I must say, that if a random choir who knew my song, randomly showed up in a lift and started singing with me, I would be just a tad freaked, and amazed. And I do have to wonder... Who spends that much time in a lift?! That said, if it opened up to a beautiful field, a random guy with a hose thing, and had the same guy in it every time, I would be more than happy to ride it in... Obviously means something, right? :P

So, yes, I've had that song on repeat every time I go on a computer... It is soon to be added to my "Favourites" playlist on my Ipod...

It's actually really inspiring. It makes me want to get up with a bunch of randoms, and dance. Just for the fun of it... :)


God Bless, 

Girl With An Addiction
xoxo =P

P.S: I couldn't decide which photo to put in... So I put both! :D