About Me

I am Fay Heather...
I've been in this world for nineteen years now.
I was born in Summer but prefer Winter. I'm British and currently residing in
Norfolk, England with my parents.. and my cat Pixie, whom I talk about subconsciously most days.

(Believe it or not) My hair is naturally that colour. I refer to it as the 'untameable mane'.
It's no secret that I don't like living here. I could blame my constant travelling on that fact...
But in general, I get itchy feet, I can't stay in one place for too long. I'm easily bored.
I like to go on adventures, getting lost is never a bad thing. Sometimes you end up finding something
you always wanted to.
I have no sense of style... I'm pretty sure it changes every day.

"I think it's important that you know that I will never change. But I'll never stay the same either"

Little Things:
(Because I suck at writing about myself... How ironic.)

I write; I draw; I'm ambitious; My favourite number is 13; I like pure silence;
I don't watch TV; I like to sit in the centre of my bed and listen to records on Sundays;
I like animals more than most people; I don't believe in limiting yourself to one genre of music;
I like cute things and creepy things; I've wanted to live in Nashville since I was fourteen.
I like to collect blue things and little plastic animals.
Music is my saviour and writing keeps me sane.

If you know me, at some point in your life you will call me 'kitty'.

The Little Golden Book

The Little Golden Book is just that - I own a little golden book which I write in pretty much
every day and all that writing ends up on my blog. Sometimes it's chopped and edited and bits are added to make it more of a 'blog post' rather than a journal entry. But all the same...
I write for the sake of it. So I can look back and remember those moments. And above all I write
because I love it. Writing gets things out of my head and they're better off out of there.
To say this is a personal blog would be complete understatement.
There's no definite theme. I don't like to limit myself or my writing.