About

 

Hello! My name is Lindy and I am currently studying for a PGCE in primary education.

I’m 22 and I live with my boyfriend James in a sweet little apartment; I have an insatiable book habit, eat far too much of James delicious cooking and embroider my evenings away.

I play the flute badly because I don’t have the discipline to  practice enough, listen to music too loud whilst I’m driving and have to use my fingers to work out my nine times table!

I drink some sort of tea everyday and dye my hair because I can’t decide on a colour. I watch comedy on late night TV, can’t sit still, steal the duvet and love getting hugs.

Please join me as a try to work out what this adult life is all about. I look forward to meeting you!

(Please excuse the dodgy photo, I hate having it taken!)

You can check out James’ design blog here if you like 🙂

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5 responses to “About

  1. Nice blog, Lindy! Enjoy the journey you’re on, and best wishes in writing!

  2. Simon Says

    Hi Lindy, just found your blog and it seems very interesting. Me, being a first-time blogger, just made mine, “Road to Stanford”. I’m going to create the journey from where I am now (community college in CA, USA) to my dream school! Great that you have just finished University – next year I will begin my time! Good luck in your adulthood endeavors!
    Simon

  3. Found my way here via ‘Freshly Pressed’ and I like it…you remind me a bit about me 🙂

  4. Amy

    Found your blog through ‘Freshly Pressed’ and looking forward to reading more 🙂 Happy writing, Amy

  5. your bf is a lucky guy…you’re pretty and smart…:-)

    and veganism is interesting…I don’t know if I’ll ever adopt it as I’m much too attached to my real meats but I may at least temporarily to try and lose some weight quickly…but for right now I think I’ll stick to being a partial vegan….meaning be a vegan in the world of pancakes, waffles, and baked good as it would help me save eggs and milk for other things…like cooking them to eat for breakfast…about the only time I ever break from vegan baking in this area is if I have leftover evaporated milk to use up

    but baking vegan is surprisingly easy….most things like pancakes, waffles, and most baked goods you can substitute water for the milk and they tend to use a combination of baking powder and/or baking soda and vinegar for leavening in baked goods recipes…no need for the expensive Ener-G egg replacer that is a vegan product and if you’d like to reduce the amount of fat in your baked goods you can use applesauce which is a vegan product as a 1-to-1 replacement for the fat in a baked goods recipe….I plan to make a batch of those cookies from the mom’s retro website at http://www.momsretro.com

    a lot of vegan baked goods recipes you might encounter on the internet hail from the old Depression Era when eggs and dairy products were scarce and so people had to find a way to bake without these staples

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