miércoles, 30 de septiembre de 2015

Fears (Compulsory)

Fear of horror movies
Fear of centipedes
Fear of being home alone
Fear of failing

Fear of not being loved
Fear of being loved
Fear of loving too much
Fear of disapointing

Fear of being laughed at
Fear of not having a shoulder to cry on
Fear of losing someone
Fear of darkness

Fear of humiliation
Fear of clowns
Fear of losing the things that make me happy
Fear of death

Fear of my fears
Fear of nightmares
Fear of monsters and childish things
Fear of falling in dreams

Fear of being sad
Fear of forgetting those who are no longer with us
Fear of not crying
Fear of being too sensitive

Proud of who I am
Proud of the people that have stood by me and made me the person I am today.

jueves, 24 de septiembre de 2015

"Horns"

I have to admit that throughout my childhood I was a big Harry Potter fan, and I guess I still am a big fan. I could still sit in front of the TV and happily watch all of the films. As a child I was always waiting for the next movie to be released, but everything good comes to an end and after the eighth movie everyone had to accept that they weren´t going to make any more. 
Nowadays the actors, especially Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson are the star characters in new films. I watched a film called "Horns" the other day with my friends and it was very odd seeing Daniel Radcliffe plays a completely different role. I am too used to Daniel playing the role of the heroic and innocent Harry Potter, and it was a little shocking to see him transform into a devil in "Horns". I have to say, although the film is rather strange, I would definitely recommend it. It is a mix of love, passion, tragedy, murder, supernatural and religion, so you won´t get bored while watching it. The movie isn´t too long, but I would recommend fast internet, as it took us more than three hours to watch it, but that´s another story.  

sábado, 19 de septiembre de 2015

Living in Spain or abroad? (Compulsory)


           It´s a difficult question to answer as you can never have the best of both worlds and I only wish I could. I have lived in Spain since I was seven years old and some say that I´m more Spanish than English but due to the majority of my family living in England, I still feel very connected to the country. There are different things that I prefer from each country, for instance I love spending Christmas in England as I am surrounded by my friends and family and for some reason the cold snowy weather and the delicious food makes it feel even more like Christmas. Having said that, I prefer spending the summer in Spain as there are a lot more things to do due to the climate, like going to the beach, going on holiday... I love both countries and cultures, but at least for now I pick Spain.