I haven’t been on this much lately. Not purposely, the last few weeks have been quite strange and I’m trying to get my head around things. I’ve been working non-stop (in a family business), and when I’m not working I’m doing something school related. I’m kinda glad, though. It’s really been keeping my mind off things, keeping me grounded and it’s making me spend a lot more time with my family.
I’ve distanced myself from a lot of people, too. After the formal and things I realised that I’ve been making too much of an effort to keep people I care about in my life. All the while I was just suffering. That’s my biggest problem, I’m so scared of change and I worry too much of the future. It’s just stupid, I really just want to keep myself grounded, consontrate on myself, studies and work for the next few months. 2012 has been an absolute rollacoster of a year. I know most people say that but my god, I’ve been to hell and back the last few months. I’m glad it’s almost over.
Although I have the Celtic games to look forward to, and hopefully some Champions league football come New Year :)
posted 5 months ago with 3 notes
“Well Tommy don’t despair, wee Jinky waits for you up there!”
posted 1 year ago with 8 notes
I know some people think football is stupid and it’s just a bunch of overpaid men that kick a ball about a field but it means much more to me than that. Especially Celtic Football Club, they’re more than just a football team to me, I was born and rared with Celtic in family and they’ll always be the team I adore, support and back 100%, through the good and bad.
As a lot of Celtic fans says, Celtic are more than just a football club, it’s a way of life. I personally couldn’t agree anymore. I love Celtic, probably more than most would believe. Unless you’re a true football fan no one understands what it feels like to be so hurt when your team loses, to be in complete awe when they score or win. I can’t explain to anyone how that feeling feels unless you experience it yourself. Everything about the Celtic just makes me happy. The players, the management staff, the fans, the songs… the list goes on.
I’ve had a hard few months and I can safely say that it was Celtic, and Celtic only that made me happy. Like I said before people might think that’s stupid and sad or whatever but I really do love this club more than anything. And knowing now that they’re the champions of Scotland after waiting 4 years is just absolutely confounding. Today was honestly such a special one and I won’t ever forget it.
Anyone that thinks the title is ‘tainted’ is absolutely diluted, Celtic are deserving winners and were in a league of their own. Administration or not, Rangers hadn’t a chance of winning the SPL, in my opinion. Even though they did do quite well considering the troubles they’ve been going through the last few months, I do applaud how well Ally McCoist has been doing and how some of the players are sticking by their team with wage cuts etc. But after February Celtic were sailing, and it’s far from a tainted title. That’s all I’m saying on that matter.
We won the title with style today, and a special mention to Charlie for being flawless. Didn’t put a step wrong! Although the league isn’t finnished, my POTY is between these three: Charlie Mulgrew, Georgios Samaras and James Forrest.
“It’s not a support, it’s a family.” Excuse my language but fuck - I do love this Celtic family and Neil Lennon makes me so proud to follow such an amazing club. This is just the beginning of something very special, I believe! :)
posted 1 year ago with 18 notes