Who on earth is Caroline? Princess of Hanover? Caroline Flack? You might ask. Neither, I will answer. This time I will not be writing about any famous or well-known Caroline. I will be writing about myself.
Caroline is my name, has always been and will probably always be. I am not a part of any royal family nor have I ever presented any tv show or worked with Olly Murs. Unfortunately, I am still a student, a very normal teenager, daughter to my parents and an extremely optimistic person, who is obsessed with fashion, music, celebrities, food and writing. What can be better than a cup of hot chocolate, a magazine/book in your hands and your favorite song playing in the background? You don’t know? Neither do I!
So, what does a day in Caroline’s life look like?
Friday. The day when every normal person parties the night away, has adventures and experiences things he’ll later tell his children and grandchildren. What do I usually do on Fridays? Like the majority of teenagers on Fridays I go to school, and like the majority of teenagers, I hate my school. My school is either Antarctica or the Sahara desert. There’s no in between. On Friday evenings I usually lay in my bed, watch American Horror Story (I will never get bored of it) and eat everything I could find in the fridge. EVERYTHING. Sounds like a lot of fun, doesn’t it?
Now, let’s imagine a time machine and travel 50 years into the future. Just pretend it’s real, alright? Use your I.M.A.G.I.N.A.T.I.O.N. I’m a wrinkly, old 67-year-old lady. I sit in a rocking chair every evening and tell my grandchildren all the stories about my wild youth and unforgettable experiences, and by experiences, I mean all the Oreo flavors I got to taste. *Sigh* Even a 14-year old Rebecca Black knows you should get down on Friday.
Anyone else remembers that song?
Or this extremely funny BUT catchy track from The X-Factor?
Anyway, back to the story, I don’t want it to be very long (even though it already is). So to conclude my introduction, I am still young and I suck at giving advice or those motivational speeches. I will not try to get deep or give you any life lessons, but here’s one of my favorite quotes.
“People say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day.”
― A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh
No matter what anyone ever tells you, always remember that NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE.
Now everybody hands up! It’s Friday night tomorrow! Happy (early) Friday everyone! And happy reading!