So yesterday I officially turned 16 XD
It’s kinda strange how quickly I’m growing up, to think as if just yesterday I was a little kid running around without a care in the world and now suddenly I’m a young adult having to make these important decisions about my future, choosing my A levels, whether I want to do further education, or what kind of career I want in the future etc and it’s difficult because being a teenager, having to grow up, wanting to do half the things I’m too old to do now but then I’m too young for the other half of the things I want to do. It’s all abut self discovery I’m told. Trying to find out what kind of person I want to become, where I want to be in 10 years to come, what I want to be, but I’m not exactly sure who I am, I think more than anything I’m a person seeking answers and I’ve realised as I see more of the world I will be able to find them 🙂
So my birthday was nice, I got something I’ve really been wanting for a while now, my own video camera!!!!! It’s one of the things on my bucket list, I’ve wanted my own camcorder for ages so I can record my experiences as I grow older 🙂 my family got me some extra goodies too XD
My friends from abroad (america and hong kong) also wished me a very happy birthday and my closest friends also, which was sweet c: I got a really cool cake too…
The highlight of my birthday was seeing a film I’ve been wanting to see for ages now…
It was such a lovely, sentimental, and meaningful film!
The story revolves around a couple who cannot have children, so one day they compile a list of things their child would have been able to do and they bury it in their garden. That night Timothy appears claiming the couple to be his parents and they strangely feel as though the young boy is meant for them. Timothy is not like other children, he has leaves covering his ankles which he cannot remove. However every time Timothy does something his parents imagined him to do, a leaf falls off….
This is a magical, heart warming story that I found to be deeply sentimental and would recommend each and every one of you to go see 🙂