Evening all. Sorry it’s been soooo long, I’ve been super stressed and busy 😦 but I’m trying my best to keep this up. Some highlights; I have a new job working at an Arena, I am doing a lot of volunteering and my course just keeps getting better and better.
As you know, it’s now November; the transition month. Transitioning from Halloween to Christmas can be hard for some (ME!!) Especially as, I prefer Halloween. So I thought, I would talk about how my Halloween night went and then the next blog (I promise will be this week), will be a list of the things I like to do in November.
So, my Halloween 31/10/2018. It was a good night, most parts anyway. I dressed up as a funny jester, which turned out a lot scarier and I scared myself a little. But I loved the overall look. 😍 That night I had a ticket for the event at the O2 Academy in Leeds, I went with four of my five flatmates, plus a few others. That was awesome.
The atmosphere was great, the music was cool and I enjoyed being with my flatmates. The drinks on the other hand, were a tad expensive £14 for 4 VKs 😰
That sort of the night was awesome, until it came to closing. I’d lost practically all my flat mates:( and was stood outside in the cold alone. Time went on and hadn’t heard back from anyone on Snapchat, then these group of lads came up to me and really scared me. They were touching me and stroking my arm, asking if I needed a lift/ how much I charged etc. And I was like, I’m dressed up for Halloween, clearly not a hooker.
Shortly after, my flat mate Liam came to my rescue. He had actually been looking for me, bless his heart. He got the guys away and then we made our way home, he also shared his nuggs 🙂
So here’s three tips from me, if you plan to go out for Halloween, or any occasion for that matter.
1. Make sure you have enough money.
2. Stay with someone at all times. Use the buddy system!
3. Don’t be afraid to ask for help!
So there you have it, my Halloween and some tips. I hope you’re all well. Speak later this week.