Saturday, 28 February 2015

Monthly Favourites | February 2015

Hello

Beauty product:
I've changed the make up part to beauty products, I think I can talk about a lot more products I have been using under beauty instead of just make up. I have been loving the No7 Beautiful skin hot cloth cleanser. I really love this product and I have been making sure I use this at least once a week. This says that its been created to provided tailored kin nutrition for healthy looking, bright and beautiful skin. It certainly makes my skin feel and look a lot healthier. It comes with a muslin cloth which you place over your face when your have applied a small amount of the product. After about 10 minutes you use the cloth to gently polish off the cleanser. I really love this product because you don't need a lot of it, this has lasted me a good few months. I feel like it leaves my skin feeling a lot healthier and looking a bit better.


Lush product;
I used the my lush hedgehog that I got from the Christmas range. I really loved the product but I could use all of it because the smell was a little strong for me, it was nice but certain scents give me a bit of a headache. I loved how moisturising the water felt when I used this products and it made lovely bubbles.



Film;
What if?  I watched this film a few weeks ago and loved it. I loved the acting and the character's were really well developed. I particularly loved the story, it explored the thought of best friends becoming more than that. Can you fall in love with your best friend and if so, would it work. I did a review of the film because I loved it so much. I think there needed to me a film made about this, I know there probably have been but I think this really applied to my generation and I loved Wallace's character because he has a brilliant dry humour that I think really works for the character.



Food;
Velvet crunch crisps. At the start of the month I attempted to start my diet, I lasted a day which is further than I've got in a while. I love to have snacky foods so these velvet crunch crisps were perfect, they were low in calories and fat. They were also my favourite flavour, sweet chilli. I also wanted to talk about a drink, I like to call it apporange. This is just one of those weird little things I thought of, basically its equal parts apple and orange juice. I really love it and I think its tastes amazing.



TV series;
I have been re watching all of torchwood this month. I used to watch it when I was younger, I was about 8 or 9 when I started watching it. That seems a bit young but I loved doctor who and because I knew it was connected with it, I wanted to watch it. I really loved torchwood and I loved re-watching the series. I cried several times during series 1 and 2. Am I the only one that wanted Owen and Tosh to get together. I found it really funny how when I was little I didn't understand a lot of the references they made which were more aimed toward adult, it was just really funny that I understood what they were referring to. I love all the character, specifically Owen, I found the character really funny and I cried like a baby when Owen and Tosh died. (Spoiler Alert!). I really love how this is a much more adult version of Doctor Who and I think the acting is incredible. I'm just watching children of earth now and I'm loving it.



Book;
Tanya Burr's 'Love, Tanya'. I read this book withing a few day and I loved it so much. SO much of Tanya's personality shines through in this book and I would highly recommend you get yourself a copy. I think this is a great book even for people who aren't a fan of Tanya, it talks about things like love, confidence and even baking. I did a review of the book if you want to find out what I thought, I would write it here but I could go on for hours talking about how good it was.





Youtubers;

Giovanna Fletcher | Channel | Twitter Blog
Giovanna has been in my monthly favourites a few times now and I needed to put her in my favourites again. I have been loving her Australia vlogs. She's been in Australia with Tom and the rest of the McBusted family over the past few weeks while McBusted have been touring with One Direction. I have been loving her vlogs because she takes Buzz on days out and she just does chatty videos. I love how her and Tom have shared Buzz with the world by posting videos with him in, its really weird that I remember them uploading their pregnancy announcement video and now we get to see Buzz giggling and interacting with Tom and Gi. You can see just how much he adores his mum and dad and they are just a little perfect family. I think Giovanna is a brilliant role model and I cant wait for her next book.


 

Song;
This has been a difficult one to pick this month. There have been some great songs I have been listening to like Meghan Trainor's 'Dear future husband'. I'm going to choose Love me like you do by Ellie Goulding and Popular from wicked. I think both of these songs are just brilliant and I have had them on repeat for hours. 




Clothing;
My black jeggings. I know this is really weird but I lost there months ago and I found them a few weeks ago, I love my jeggings and I'm really happy I found them.

Random;
Baking. I have been baking a lot this month and its something I want to do a lot more of. Also I have been obsessed with going to Disney Land. I have been watching a lot of Disney vlogs this months and I really want to go, I cant afford it but it wont stop me dreaming of going.

Thanks for reading.

Bye for now xxx

Friday, 27 February 2015

Lush Wish List |

Hello
This is going to be a quick little post about Lush. As many of you know, I am obsessed with lush and cant have a bath without it. I am very frugal with my lush products, I cut the bubble bars into about six pieces and I split the bath bombs in two. Over the past month there have been some amazing products on the Lush website that I have wanted so desperately. I just thought I would tell you some of the things that are on my lush wish list right now.

Hello Gorgeous |
This set has the Rub Rub Rub shower scrub, Vanilla Dee-Lite body lotion, Gorgeous moisturiser, Sakura bath bomb and the comforter bubble bar. The products all look amazing and there are a few in it that I haven't tried. To be completely honest, I only want to get this because the box its all packaged in is so pretty and colourful. I think this would make a lovely present to someone special, I know I'd be happy if I got this from someone.






















Unicorn Horn | 
This was part of the valentines collection and is sadly not available anymore, It looks so amazing ans had some brilliant colours. I really hope that lush do this again next year as I will definitely be popping this on my shopping list.


I got this last year and fell in love with it. I hadn't seen it on their website for a while, maybe I just wasn't looking properly. This bath bomb is so lovely and it smells of cinnamon and spice, its leave the water a gorgeous purple with a gold shimmer.


My sister has had this face mask a few times and its smells incredible. I don't normally use face masks but I want to start using them about once a week to have a nice little pamper evening. I really want to pick up this face mask when I have the money, my sister has given it great reviews which has made me desperate to try it.

Lush did this bath bomb last year in there Easter range and I'm really happy they brought it back for the Easter collection again. This smells good enough to eat and it has cocoa butter in it, based on products I've had before with this in, I guarantee it will leave your skin feeling so moisturised and you will smell incredible.


This is a new one in the Easter range, I haven't seen this from lush before but they might have done it a few years ago. I wasn't that obsessed with lush when I was younger. This looks incredibly cute and I think this would be a lovely addition to your bath. It says that this has lime oil, lavender absolute and violet leaf absolute in it, I have no idea what lavender absolute is but I just know it will smell absolutely lovely. It also mentions that there's popping candy in it! I cant tell you how much I love the popping candy bath bombs lush bring out.


This is a gift set that includes Dragons egg, Hoppity Poppity, Bunch of carrots and Fluffy egg. This is a great little set which would be a really nice alternative to chocolate. I know some people who go mad when it comes to Easter and got a load of chocolate that they wont be able to eat by themselves, this would be a great gift to get someone instead of lots of chocolate.


I hope you liked that post. I'm slightly tempted to go out and get just one of the things on the list, I'll let you know if I give into temptation.

Bye for now xxx






Thursday, 26 February 2015

TV shows I grew up watching |

Hello
I have wanted to write this for so long now and I have spend a very long time making a list of shows that I loved when I was little. I cant work out if I'm a 90's or a 00's child. I was born in 1997 but I remember watching shows with my older sister which were from the 90's. I feel like programs were much better when I was growing up and I wanted to share them with you, I also want you all to comment to tell me some of your favourite shows from your childhood. 

Here in the UK the main only free kids TV channels there are, are CBBC, CBeebies and CITV. When I was little we didn't have channels like Nickelodeon or Disney because they cost a lot more and we didn't have sky. Saying that, sometimes shows from the channels we didn't have were sometimes shown on the ones I mentioned. I also had a lot of videos of shows so I watched some stuff that was on a few years before I was born.

I did a mind map of most of the programs I watched but its missing a lot, I will list all the shows as well and tell you about some of my other favourites. 


Mind map | 
The worst witch.
Potamus park.
Fireman Sam.
Bear in the big blue house.
Jungle run.
Bob the builder.
Mopatop's shop.
Story maker.
Shiny show.
Art attack.
Andy pandy.
Rolie Polie Olie.
Dick and Dom in da bungalow.
Teletubbies.
Rosie and Jim.
My parents are aliens.
Big cook, little cook.
Rugrats.
Even Stevens.
Power puff girls.
Arthur.
Pingu.
Tweenies.
Smart.
Smarteenies.
Get your own back.
50/50.
Tots TV.
Tracey beaker.
The hoobs.
Mona the vampire.
Grizzly tales for gruesome kids.
Chuckle vision.
Slow Norris.
Polka dot shorts.
Clifford the big red dog.
Hider in the house.
Come outside.
Simpson's.
Lizzie McGuire.

Not mentioned in the mind map | 
Angelina Ballerina.
Bernard's watch.
Bratz.
Drake and Josh.
Hilltop hospital.
Sabrina the teenage witch.
64 Zoo lane.
Balamory.
The Basil brush shows.
Fimbles.
Bits and bobs.
Brum.
The cramp twins.

As you can see from this I watched a lot of great TV shows when I was little, this looks like I spent my days watching telly. I promise you I didn't do that, remember this is a collection of shows I watched from the age of about 2 - 8 so its not that bad. I'm going to tell you about my favourites because if I explained all of these, then we would all be here for an awfully long time.

Jungle Run | 

This was the show that everyone including me, wanted to go on. Basically a trio of children would be placed in a jungle (It took me a while to realise it was just a set and it wasn't real) and had to run around completing challenges to ear silver monkeys, these were worth 10 seconds of time in the temple. I always got excited when the got the ruby statue, this got you an impressive 20 seconds. When they had done the challenges they went to the temple where they would put all there statues in this stone and the belly of the giant monkey would open, they had to go in and complete four challenges and collect the 4 monkey statue's in order to win the prizes. If you weren't out of there before the belly closed then you were stuck in there (It also took me years to realise that the children got out and weren't just left to rot in this pretend jungle temple, I was a slow learner.).


My parents are aliens | 

I was obsessed with this program and was also watching the repeats. Basically two aliens, Brian and Sophie, crash their ship and morphed into humans They went and fostered Mel, Lucy and Josh from the children's home so they would blend it. I really loved this show because it was just really funny and still to this day I find it really amusing. After about six years they ended the show but then brought it back with never characters, it was never the same and luckily they just cancelled it.


Mopatop's shop | 
 Mopatop's shop was brilliant, it was about a large green muppet named Mopatop and his red duck friend Puppy duck. This was a shop where you can buy anything you could ever think or dream of and they always had great fun. Me and my mum were talking about it the other day and we found it funny how no one ever paid for anything, Mopatop just sort of gave it away.


Tots TV | 
If you know the tune to the next sentence then you are brilliant and like me you can still recite the whole them tune. "I'm a tot, je suis's a tot...". I loved this when I was little and I thought it was the best thing ever. My favourite character was always Tilly and I thought there little cottage was so cute. 


64 Zoo Lane |
This show was really cool and it was about a girl named Lucy who lived next door to a Zoo at 64 Zoo Lane. Every night she was told a story by the animals. The theme tune was something I had no choice but to sing along to, as there was a really long note at the end that I would always try to hold. It was the part in the song where it goes "and the last ones Georgina, who's incredibly taaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll! Ive added all those letters for affect, the word tall has never in history gone on for that long. If you have clue what I'm on about then go and look on YouTube.


The hoobs |
When I was little this show was on at 6am in the morning and I used to wake up when my dad got read for work and watch this, I really loved it and to be honest I wish it was still on. I used to get up at 6am because I wasn't tired and watched the hoobs, I never get up that early any more. The hoobs were muppet like things that In each episode, would try to find the answer to a question by asking humans and learning some pretty cool stuff.


Tweenies | 
This was the best kids show ever! I loved this so much and had loads of tweenies toys, it was basically a nursery which only had four children in it and it was the best nursery ever. My favourites were always fizz and Milo and I thought that Bella was a bit to stuck up for my liking.


Drake and Josh | 
This was shown on CITV and I loved it. I always had a little crush and Drake but found Josh very sweet. I would have to say though, my favourite character was Megan simply because she knew how to play her brothers and I just found her really funny. My favourite episode has to be the one where this is said "Are you calling me a liar? I ain't calling you a truther".


Fimbles |
This show was adorable and I always wanted a fimble, I thought Pom was the best out of them all. Saying that Roly mo was also pretty call with his storey's. I also realised when I was little, that if you licked all the ice-cream of a twister lolly then it looked like Pom. 


Rolie Polie Olie | 
I thought this was really cool when I was little and I could have spent hours glued to this show.  I think it was because most of the furniture had eyes and were alive that made it really fun
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I hope you enjoyed that little insight into the shows I grew up with, leave a comment below with you favourite shows. It will be interesting to see if other countries had some of the shows I mentioned shown.

Bye for now xxx

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Tanya Burr's triple chocolate cookies |

Hello
So on Friday I was in the mood to bake, I wanted to make something nice and tasty for my mum and dad's anniversary, with that in mind I went and got out Love, Tanya. The baking section in this book is incredible and she has some amazing recipe. I wanted to do a little post on how to make them because they were so delicious that I couldn't not share them with you. This is not  my recipe but I did tweak it a little bit to my own taste. As I had the house all to myself for the afternoon, I grabbed my laptop, put it on charge in the kitchen, put on spotify and listened to the whole of the wicked soundtrack very loudly. After that my neighbours must hate me, haha. If you want to pick up a copy of Tanya's book then its available from a lot of book stores and supermarkets like Amazon, Waterstones and a lot of other places.

Ingredients | 
200g Butter - I used unsalted.
300g Caster sugar.
1 Large egg.
275g Self-raising flour.
75g Cocoa powder.
A splash of milk - Only if the mixture is to dry.
A large bar of white, milk and dark chocolate. - I found that 100g bars were the perfect amount for me but if you like the more chocolaty then add some more.
3 Daim bars 

Equipment you will need | 
Mixing bowl.
Measuring scales.
Electric mixer - If you don't have one just use a wooden spoon.
2 Baking trays.
Grease proof paper.
Oven set to 200*c.
Cooling rack.
Knife to chop the chocolate up.
This is optional but I would suggest a cup of tea as well, baking can be thirsty work and you can enjoy it while you wait for them to cook.

Step 1 |
Gather all your ingredients ready to be weighed. Here I have all my ingredients, the stuff in the bags is my chocolate. I chopped it up before so I could just pop it straight into the mix.


Step 2 | 
After you have weighed all your ingredient, mix together your butter and caster sugar. Do this until it makes a smooth paste, make sure its well combined. I used an electric whisk for this just because it was a little bit quicker.

 


Step 3 |
When it looks like this then its time to add your egg. 



Step 4 | 
Once you have added you egg, sift the dry ingredients into the mix and then mix it all together until the mix forms a dough.



Step 5 | 
At this points its time to add all that lovely chocolate. I chopped my chocolate up into small chunks but its up to you how big or small you chop your chocolate. I then added the daim bars to the mix and at this point I just used my hand to mix all the chocolate into the dough.




Step 6 | 
Split your dough into 10 equal pieces, I weighed out the dough and then made sure each one was the same weight. This took me ages so if I were you I would do what Tanya does, which is to make it into 10 blobs of dough.


Step 7 | 
Pop them onto a baking tray with grease proof paper on and put them in the oven for 11 minutes. I had to bake mine 5 at a time because I didn't have another baking tray. I learnt from Tanya's baking video that its vital you take the cookies out after the time it says, they wont look cooked but the residual heat will carry on baking and they just need to firm up.When you take them out of the oven, pop them onto a cooling rack and try to leave them for 30 minutes. I found myself picking at the sides and breaking tiny bits of to try, they were fantastic.


Step 8 | 
Once your cookies have cool, they should look a little something like this. Try to resist the urge to eat them all and I would suggest grabbing a cookie, cup of tea and settling down with a good book.



I hope you enjoyed that post, let me know if you make these or even if you get the book. What's your favourite Tanya burr recipe from her videos or book? Leave a comment below

Bye for now xxx

Monday, 23 February 2015

My new song obsession | Ellie Goulding - Love Me Like You Do


Hello
I heard this song first by McBusted then I came across the original versions and this has now become my new music obsession. I love the song but I cant watch the video without giggling. I feel like if they made this video without putting a clip of what looks like some weird sex, whips and chains room then it would be a very lovely video.....Just saying

Now I haven't seen the film but from certain clips in this video I don't think I will be giving into the fifty shades of grey hype any time soon. I just love this song, I just feel like the video ruins the innocence of the song for me, I should never have watched the music video. If you like to see the occasional glimpse of Jamie Dornan, then I would suggest you watch the music video.


Bye for now xxx

Sunday, 22 February 2015

Bucket list |

Hello

Today I thought it would be fun to write a bucket list, a bucket list is defined as being a number of experiences or achievements that a person hopes to have or accomplish during their lifetime. My list may be long and full of pointless things but I want to be able to tick these experience of when I've achieved them.  If I complete something then Im going to come back to this and cross it of, I will probably add more to it over the years.



Visit New York.
Get a car.
Get a driving licence.
Get married.
Loose weight.
Start a family.
Have a book I've written in stores.
Have my own house by the sea in Devon.
Learn the piano.
Learn the guitar.
Go skydiving.
Travel.
Hold a spider (I'm scared of spiders.).
Post a youtube video.
Go to Disney world.
Do the cancer research race for life.
Go Zorbing.
Learn how to complete sudoku.
Learn to knit.
Create a family tree.
Get a dog.
Ride a segway.


Friday, 20 February 2015

The Disney tag |

Hello
Ive been meaning to do this tag for a very long time. As most of my regular readers will know, I am a massive Disney fan so this tag was perfect for me. I hope you enjoy my answers and feel free to do it as well.

A scene in any Disney movie you wish you could experience.
When I was younger I always loved the scene in Aladdin where he whisks jasmine away on the magic carpet to show her all these wondrous things. I think that would be pretty cool, I also love the song 'A whole new world' with the particular lyric of "Unbelievable sights. Indescribable feelings. Soaring, tumbling, freewheeling through an endless diamond sky. That's my unrealistic one because there aren't any magic flying carpets that we know of. But I would love to experience the scene in tangled where Rapunzel and Flynn are sitting in a boat looking at the lights, its such a beautiful scene and I could see that maybe happening one day, I'd need a boyfriend first of course but you know, one day it might happen.


An unforgettable experience moment you've had at the Park.
Last time I went to Disney land was when I was three, I cant remember anything but there is a picture of me and my sister sitting on what looks like a throne from Aladdin.

What Non-Disney song(s) that reminds you or brings back memories of Disney and or the Parks?
I love the song defying gravity from wicked and its just the perfect power ballad and songs like a powerful Disney song. I also love I'm not that girl from wicked. Both these song just seem like they could fit in perfectly with a Disney film

When was the first time you went to a Disney Park?
When I was three years old.

If you could choose any of the characters to be your best friend who would you choose?
I don't know really, I'm going to be very cheeky and pick a Disney human, object/animal and a pixar character. I feel like this is acceptable considering there loads of Disney films I love. I think that's fair. I would probably say Mrs. Pott's from beauty and the beast as my item/character. She quite maternal and I think she would take care of my, I know she's a tea pot but she's just really sweet, also I would never run out of tea. Its a win win situation. If I had to pick a human them I would Belle or Jasmine. These were my favourite when I was little and they both hold a special place in heart. For the pixar character I would pick Mike from monsters inc, I just think he is really funny and when he re-builds Boo's door for sully at the end, oh god I cried for a good twenty minutes.



Who are you favourite Disney Princesses?
When I was growing up and still to this day my favourites were always Belle, Aurora and Jasmine. I loved them all for different reason. I think I would say that Belle and Jasmine were and are still my favourite. I always loved the fact that they didn't fall in love straight away, they both fell in love with their men because of something more than their looks. I think these are perfect princesses who know their own mind, aren't blinded by their own beauty and show that you can fall in love with anyone, be it a 'street rat' or a beast.



Name a scene/moment in any Disney movie that never fails to make your cry.
At the end of monster inc where Sully has to say goodbye to Boo, when Mike rebuilds the door for Sully to see her one last time, when the beast dies in Beauty and the Beast. I could go on and on but I wont bore you any more than I already have.

What is the first Disney Movie you remember seeing?
Oh I don't know, probably something like toy story. Me and my sister used to have toy story on video so we watched it a lot. I'll ask my mum and get back to you all on that. Actually I think it was winnie the pooh. I loved this so much when I was little and I will always have a special place in my heart for winnie the Pooh. 



What is your favourite Disney Movie?
Well this isn't fair is it? How can I pick just one. Okay, my favourite Disney film is going to have to be Aladdin and beauty and the beast. I love both these films so much and they both hold a very special place in my heart. I still have my princess Jasmine lullaby statue on my desk. It may sound childish that I still have that. Both films taught me so much. Aladdin taught me that money cant by love, Jasmine has many men lined up to marry her who a princes, people with money. Jasmine falls in love with Aladdin for who he is, when he pretends to be a prince she isn't impress by his attitude. She loved Aladdin because of the person she met and did like the man he pretend to be. Beauty and the beast taught me that even though someone can seem guarded, like the beast, once you get to know them and understand them then they can be something wonderful. It teaches people that even though people may look like a beast, on the inside they can be so wonderful. I know the beast is quite rude and horrible for a good part of the film but he lets belle in, he shows her who he really is and they fall in love.

I hope you enjoyed this post, I tag all of you who are reading this and all of the Beau Bloggers.. If you do this tag then please leave a link in the comments so I can can check it out.

Bye for now xxx

Thursday, 19 February 2015

Love, Tanya | Review

Hello
I finished 'Love, Tanya' within two days. I really loved this book and I really recommend it to all of you as it has something for everyone. The whole book is filled with her personality and you can see how much hard work has gone into it. Tanya is very open in the book about how she had help writing the book and I think that's great that she acknowledged the person who helped. I don't see anything wrong with getting a bit of help, I'm trying to  write a book so I know just how hard it is. 

I will be honest with you all and say that I wasn't really expecting much from this book as I thought it would be filled with make-up advice but, I was really surprised to see a range of topics covered. There's a chapter for nearly everything and so much work has gone into them. My favourite chapter of the book was the love and baking sections. The way she talks about her relationship with Jim in the love chapter just melts my heart #relationshipgoals (Sorry I had to get that hash tag in somewhere). I think her recipes are brilliant and I cant wait to make the triple chocolate cookies, they look delicious and she has made the recipes really simple to follow.

The photographs throughout the book are just breathtaking and the photos for each chapter capture just how beautiful Tanya is. The one was little thing that just made me love the book even more, its a tiny little detail that if you love books, you will appreciate and if you don't then you will think I'm very strange. I love the fact that it has a built in book mark, its a tiny strip but I love that its included because it just shows that she's thought of everything for bookworms like me.


The writing style of this book is quite chatty and I love that, its almost like Tanya is chatting to the reader. Also if you're like me then you would have read the whole book in Tanya's voice which, in my opinion makes it more special. I'm really proud of what she has achieved and I think she is the perfect role model for girls and boys, she's shown that with hard work and a dream you can accomplish anything you want. She gives some great advice for blogger's/vlogger's in the book which I found really helpful, its nice to get some advice from a women who's made a success of her blog.
I want to leave you with a quote from her book that I think I will try to live by from now on.
"Allow yourself to dream big and imagine and fantasise about all your career goals and the kind of life you would like to live. Imagine you have no limitations on what you can be, have or do in life and create a vision of the life you want to achieve". I think this is such a lovely thing and although Tanya will never see this, I do hope it was okay to quote you if not I'll take it out.

I think we can all learn something from this book, whether it be about make up or learning to love yourself, there is something for everyone in this book and you can tell how much love and hard work was poured into it. 

If any of you have read 'Love, Tanya' what did you think about it, leave a comment below as I would love the hear what you all have to say about it.

Bye for now xxx

Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Wednesday 18th February 2015 | Dream journal

Hello
Last night I had more of a nightmare than a dream but I still wanted to note it down. At the beginning I was in this house, it was quite posh and at the back it had its own little gym. My mum was in the gym while I was with some friends in the lounge. One by one we went to the toilets, the toilets were really elegant which sounds weird, it had about 15 cubicles in it and really ornate sinks. I went in and it was silent, I heard these footsteps coming towards me and they were talking about how no one was supposed to be in the house and they were going to take us one by one. I was petrified so I hid in one of the cubicles, they went through each one kicking the doors open. They got near to mine when my friend made a noise, they went straight over the the cubical, opened the door and dragged her away. I didn't know what to do and I was terrified about what was going to happen. I went to the gym to get my mum and to warn everyone else what was going on but no one seemed bothered. That's when the dream changed. In this dream I was in my bedroom and I saw my guinea pig running across the walls, I started chasing her to try and catch her to put her back in her cage.

 After I had put her back I went into the kitchen, I was midnight and my dad was sitting at the table on my laptop, I asked him why he was using it and he made some excuse. He had clearly hacked into it as I have a password on all my devices. I walked back to my room but the walls were darker than usual, there were cobwebs sweeping from the ceiling and when I entered my bedroom, it was like a cave. My room was huge but cold, stone walls, spiders everywhere and then I felt something push me in. The door slammed behind me and a candle started flickering in the distance. I heard a hushed voice over my shoulder, they were heavy breathing and sounded panicked. I turned around to see captain Jack Harness (From Torchwood) telling me to hide, I was panicking at this point so we quietly hid. He said there was this creature that took people, the creature disused itself as an object or person you feared, it picked the scariest one. It could read you and know what it was you feared most. Out of the corner of my eye I saw it but it wasn't my fear, I told Captain Jack this and he simply said "I know, its not you he wants now", I looked and saw my friend that had been taken in the cubicles, she was screaming and this monster was there. I couldn't work out what it was as she was scared of a lot of things. She looked weird, he then told me that the monster strips you of your skin and makes you freeze, not with coldness but with terror.


He said the only way you can stop it, is if you imagine yourself as you, with skin and without the fear. It got my friend and I couldn't bare to look. We tried to run away but it got me, it was a clown with the sinister smile painted on its face but I was like the statues in doctor who, If I blinked it got closer to me. I was screaming and crying and captain Jack kept on screaming at me "You need to think of yourself with skin, think of you and forget your fear, the fear is what's going to kill you". I couldn't move and with my eyes watering I blinked and this clown got closer with an even more terrifying look. The next time I blinked I woke up.



I was absolutely terrified when I woke up and checked everything in my room to make sure it was real. I looked on dreamforth to see what it said. Here's what it said about clowns "To dream of a clown represents your sense of humour, silliness, and fun-loving personality. The emotions that the clown conveys mirror your own. Whatever it is expressing will lead you through your own feelings. The actions of the clown represent your spontaneous and outgoing personality. It may also imply that you are being too careless and impulsive. If you have a fear or phobia of clowns, the clown may symbolise an unknown figure who may want to hurt you in some way. This may be someone who is taking advantage of you or not showing you their true self". I do have a good sense of humour but in no way was this dream funny, the part about having a phobia is spot on. I hate clowns and I do think what it says about people taking advantage could be something to think about. Caves, "To dream that you are walking in a dark cave represents your subconscious mind or the attempt to seek out shelter. It signifies that you are enduring bad fortune or an argument that wasn't foreseen". I think this is a little true, I have had an argument that was unforeseen, I do have a lot of arguments with my sister but I did have argument with her that was unforeseen. There's normally a build up to an argument but this one just came out of the blue.

Bye for now xxx