Let's take a moment to realise that this is the last Saturday of 2014. That really came out of nowhere, didn't it? So I thought, why not get nostalgic and look back at the year, with the aid of a couple of pictures. I then realised that all I have is photographs of food. There's one that resembles me studying, but who do I kid, because when you think about it, my attention span must have dissipated along the way for me to snap a picture. There's something to think about for 2015 — work on your attention span, Jess.
Before I go on, I hope that everyone is having a good holiday season. Merry Christmas to all those who celebrate. It's only a couple more days until the new year and then we'll all be grappling with dating things with a 5 instead of a 4 (it takes me a good few months to get into the groove of the new year.) This week was spent with sleepless nights, food comas and work. How fun. I've also realised that it's the third week without a review on this blog and honestly, it'll probably stay that way until 2015 rolls in. Why? Because then I will unveil the overly hyped Red Queen review that I've yapped on about for weeks on end. Don't get your expectations up, now.
I also picked up The Burning Sky this week after being given The Perilous Sea. I figured it's now or never. This way I can marathon the first two and drown in my emotions as I wait for yet another 2015 book. Despite a few problems here and there, I'm thoroughly enjoying myself. It's heavy on innuendos and my little giggly teenage self is finding it a tad hard to remain composed. C'mon, who can keep a straight face when they're throwing wand jokes around?
I know I said something about a video but honestly, I've been a little overwhelmed by real life to find any quality time with my computer (hence the backlog of unanswered things but I'll get there, stay with me here.) So I thought I'd use this post to congregate a collection of photographs that (vaguely) reflect 2014 for me. Yes, it does make me look like I spent the year with a ratio of 3:1, in favour of food over real life. I don't know what happened there. Without further ado, this was 2014, kids.