Degree = done and dusted! Now I just have the long and nerve wracking wait to get my results for my dissertation and then my overall grade. Shreded nerves already. In happier news: tomorrow night is my graduation ball, and whilst I haven't gone Anthro, I'll be sure to put some photos of my outfit, which I hope will get the seal of approval from you all.
These photos are old now, from after Easter, but I couldn't resist sharing them with you. They were taken at the wonderful Bluebell Railway. For those of you who don't know what it is, it's a steam train line that still runs in Sussex today, using authentic steam trains. There are only three stations along the track, each is styled in the fashion of a significant period of railway history.
My favourite was Horsted Keynes, which is where the photos were mainly taken. It's just gorgeous, with flowers everywhere and vintage advertisements. It's also used as a set for a lot of period dramas including Downton Abbey (where Mary sees Matthew off to war) and, my favourite period show ever, North & South (the romantic final scenes on the trains and the platform) - seriously if you haven't watched the latter, I can't recommend it enough. Even better than Pride and Prejudice! There, I said it.
You'll have to forgive me for looking frazzled - the baby cousins were with me and I also had my head halfway out of a train window for the best part of half an hour! Health and safety be damned.
Now if only I had a handsome soldier to be waving off from the platform. Not that I'd want him to be going to war, mind...