Things I could do with a ‘Gandalf Beard’!

So here’s something  a little bit different that my friends and I came up with recently, it’s just something fun and lighthearted and I really hope that you enjoy reading it. So, without further ado, the many things that you could do with a ‘Gandalf Beard’;

 

1. Plait it, because that would just be plain awesome!

2. Stroke it…to aid in the thinking process.

3. Comb it – there’s nothing more relaxing.

4. Wrap it around your neck and wear it as a scarf. (practical eh?)

5. Use it to propel you into space. By this I assume we meant some sort of helicopter-type thing here.

6. Tuck it into your belt.

7. Become a bearded super hero or villain.

8. Use it as gloves. (a matching set with the scarf maybe?)

9. Give bits of it to bald people to use as a toupée.

10. Use as an emergency jumper.

11. You could, in theory, hang yourself with it although this is the dark side of the beard.

12. Use it for extreme sports. i.e. bungee jumping.

13. It would be brilliant as a part of a fancy dress costume.

14. You could skip with it.

15. It would be possible to pose as a wizard and perhaps get a part as an extra in a sic-fi movie.

 

I have capped my list at 15 points but I’m sure that there are a multitude of different things that you could do with a ‘Gandalf Beard’ so get thinking and post your ideas in the comment box below! 🙂

 

 

Love

Today I thought I’d share this quote with you because I think it’s just lovely. Enjoy 🙂

 

“You may not be her first, her last, or her only. She loved before, she may love again. But if she loves you now, what else matters? She’s not perfect – you aren’t either, and the two of you may never be perfect together but if she can make you laugh, cause you to think twice, and admit to being human and making mistakes, hold onto her and give her the most you can. She may not be thinking about you every second of the day, but she will give you a part of her that she knows you can break – her heart. So don’t hurt her, don’t change her, don’t analyse and don’t expect more than she can give. Smile when she makes you happy, let her know when she makes you mad, and miss her when she’s not there.”
– Bob Marley

To Cram Or Not To Cram

I do believe that the exam period is one of the biggest stressors in everyday life. Whoever invented the blasted things was clearly a psychopathic nutter that enjoyed making young people suffer. And as if the stress of trying to get a good grade isn’t enough, at the ages of 16 and 18 we are told that our results will affect the rest of our lives and whether or not we are perceived as employable! Clearly the idea of a madman. However we soldier on and do the best we can with what resources we have.

I don’t know about you but for most of my academic life that has meant waiting until the very last possible moment and then cramming as much information into my brain as is humanly possible. Until my first year of A Levels this seemed to work reasonably well and I achieved average grades whilst avoiding undue amounts of stress. HOWEVER, this failed miserably when I came to sit my AS exams. I learnt a very valuable lesson that year which involved me getting rather poor grades and deciding to leave sixth form with my tail between my legs. I did not give up though. After completing a coursework based course at a college in London for a year I have now returned to face the dreaded A Levels. I have picked myself up, trained myself up and I believe that this year I can slay the examination beast once and for all. I have learnt that cramming the night before will never get me the grade I want and that organisation and lots of revision will hopefully see me smiling a toothy grin on results day rather than crying into a cocktail of unpronounceable alcoholic spirits.

This, my friends, is my advice to you; firstly, never give up if at first you don’t succeed (there are ways of getting what you want even if you take a year out to compose yourself) and secondly, I know I sound like a grandma, but organisation, early preparation and lots of revision will most certainly give you the edge over those naive crammers out there. You can do it. Believe in yourself and just do your best. I wish everyone out there doing exams at the moment the best of luck and I hope that even if they don’t go so well you can read this and discover renewed hope in realising that you are not alone!

Peace&Love x