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I love going on holiday, it’s like you can invent a new identity for yourself. No-one knows you, you could be anyone. I love the aspect of that, creating someone you’d like to be, and being that person. It’s sort of like freedom, like happiness perhaps. I can kid myself for those few days I am that person, this new identity.

Sometimes I wish I wasn’t who I am, maybe that’s why I love it so.



  1. I like holidays because you get to do nothing all day. I like your blog. the theme fits well with the visual theme. (did that make sense?) anyway good job. I have a little how to guide on my blog on getting people to notice your’s if you are interested there you go. But you are off to a good start good luck!


    • Oh yeah, I love that bit too. Good times. It does make sense haha, thank you very much for taking the time to comment. The blog was very helpful!
      Thanks C.

  2. I agree. It’s fun sometimes to take on a different persona, and it’s much easier when you know you won’t be seeing those people again. Though a lot of times, I don’t think it’s really taking on a different persona, so much as just letting an existing facet of yourself shine through that normally stays hidden. Maybe that’s why it feels so freeing.

    • Mmm yeah, I love it so much its indescribable. Yeah, you don’t have to face them again; it’s just a week or two and … nothing. Goodbye. It’s so easy to be anyone.

      If what you’re saying is true, then I’m happy theres someone inside of me that is like that. Very happy. I want to let that girl live when I leave this secondary school and go to a college far away from everyone…

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