Yes, its time for another sad blog.
Today was my last day of summer, I wasted the whole day, sitting around waiting for Phoenicks to come online so I could speak to him as I enjoy talking to him, and wanted to spend my last day of summer talking to him, but he hasn't come on at all.
We used to spend loads of time PMing each other, when he was on summer break too, and we became close friends, but when he went back to school he promised he would be more busy but we'd
Updated 6th September 2009 at 12:59 PM by Ciaran
Only a day and a half left of summer break for me guys. I'm really nervous about it, school isn't really a happy place for me. So, I'm scared, also, all the new lessons and stuff, new teachers new classmates, who I don't know, it's horrible.
How do you get American citizenship. As soon as I leave school I want to go to America, how do I get permanent American Citizenship? I don't really want to return to Europe, except maybe the odd visit to see extended family, and I know theres all this permit stuff, and stuff like you can only stay for 6 months or 2 years or 5 years, but I want to actually live there, and get full permanent citizenship and have the full rights of citizenship like being able to own land, work, vote, etc.
This is just a heads up. There is only 1 week left of summer for me, so I will be going back to school soon. When I go back, school will be my main focus, so I won't be able to come on here. So I will not be on BMGF. So after next week, the next time I will see you guys will either be in the mid break in October-November, or in December during the Christmas holidays.
That's right. My cousin got his results today, and he did really well (not as well as he hoped, but they were still briliant by anyone's standards.) 1 A*, 8 A's and 5 B's. So his parents have invited our whole family for a party and some other stuff to celebrate. So from the 31st August to the 6th I will be in Britain, just in time for going back to school on the 7th.
I can't wait, I love Britain, it's awesome, and so much better than here in Ireland, although I still love my coun