So after I apologized profusely for my hiatus, I erm.... disappeared.

I apologize again, I never meant to disappear from the blogosphere, because I adore you all. Things happened beyond my control, then I was busy, then I was out of the country, then I was devastated.

As I said in my previous entry many moons ago, my great uncle died, so I (along with the rest of my family) basically lost two weeks trying to deal with it/get back to "normal" again. After that, I started my part time job at my mum's work, where I'm an executive assistant (sounds fancy, isn't). At the same time I had yabc concerts, then mum and I went to Bali (a trip which was a present for my 18th birthday). I arrived in Darwin at 3.00am on the way home to a text message telling me my ENTER score, the mark I received for year twelve. All I will say is that it wasn't what I had hoped for, and not high enough for even my back up universities. Needless to say, I was upset. If you classify screaming and sobbing for hours on end upset. Which I do.

Anyway, I post this to tell you all that as of today I will be returning to blogging, I pinky swear.
I leave you with a photo of me at the entrance to Kuta Beach in Bali.


  1. AMY! Oh, it has been so long.
    I am so sorry to hear that things have been hard for you, and my greatest condolences for your Uncle.

    Your Enter score might not have been what you wanted, but you have to take into account that you've not had the easiest of times. There is always something you can do about it - I know that you will do what you believe is best for you.

    I'm just so glad to have you back. You were sorely missed.
    I hope all is well, or as well as 'all' can be. I am here for you; we all are.

    Love always,
    Eleanor. xo

  2. I almost jumped off my seat when I saw you on my blogroll! I'm so glad I still have my blogger roll, since I moved to wordpress!

    Don't focus on what you can't do with that score and think about what you can do. All is not lost, my Dad passed year 12 by two points, and now he's a plastic surgeon, it's not always about the score, but more about the path that you take.


  3. :) i'm glad you're back dear.
    i wish i knew the right things to say, but all i can say is things will work out in the end, they may not be perfect or what you expected but they will work out.
    happy monday love

  4. Amy! I'm glad to see you posting again :)

    Sorry you've had a rough time recently. But remember that this score does not define you as a person, and nothing in life is irreversibly (ok, well some things are, but this is not one of them!) Its not the end of the world, as I'm sure there are thngs you can do to work around your score.

    Chin up my lovie. Things will get beter!
    Lots of love
    Hannah xo