Do Forgive Me

I’m afraid that you’ve stumbled upon a complete novice. Despite growing up alongside an ever evolving cyber world in a thriving technological era, it seems I’ve reached adulthood with the bare minimum of skills when it comes the ol’ World Wide Web. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not on a Rumschpringe from my Amish community, I have an iPod and a microwave, I just never got fully immersed in the online world. I’m a fan of reading, tennis, 30Rock and Milk Arrowroot biscuits, just not really tweeting. This side of my communications degree I know will be a challenge for me, but I love a bit of drama, so I’m in.

My name is Olivia Gee, preferably Liv, and Gee as in the letter. I’ve made the perilous journey down the mountain from the Southern Highlands to live and study at Wollongong. Any suggestions to better this blog, and so enhance my education and what not, would be a blessing.
Liv out… or whatever.


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  1. You have a very engaging writing style. There’s loads of great tips on the WWW that can teach you a thing or two about tricking up your posts using multimedia, even if you are on the novice side. This might have some useful stuff you can use –

    I look forward to your future blog posts 🙂


    1. Why, thank you! I’ve always loved that feeling of stringing together a beautiful sentence, so I hope that is what has come across in my writing.

      Your blog is wonderfully set out. I see some with just masses of text and I zone out, so I love what you did with the images and such. And that is my uttermost favourite White Stripes song! In my attempts to become an acne-fide 14 year old rocker I learnt it on guitar.

      Thanks for the link! I’ll get onto jazzing the page up now.

      Good luck in your studies and what sounds like a superb future career.


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