Thank you to everyone who made me want to keep blogging. My followers on twitter who retweeted my posts, complimented my blog or asked me to review their material: thank you for keeping Polly Beans alight! I never really had a strong confidence, but because of your support, I feel like I'm actually talented at something! Thank you to those who have sent me music over the months, keeping me busy and allowing me to practise and look like some highly-regarded journalist!
A special thank you to Knoeline Keane, Kate Gibbs and Kevin Clarke (eh, KKK, are you guys the Ku Klux Klan?), you have been massively supportive in every way!
Knoeline: Thank you for all the compliments, retweets and every bit of support you have provided for the blog. I can honestly say you will be this amazing, huge musician: the next Katie Melua, Gabrielle Aplin and the female Damien Rice! Your flare, humbleness, originality and dedication is what makes you shine. I have no doubt about your success in the future. Don't forget me whilst amongst the stars!
Kate: I can't believe how amazing you have been towards making the blog any way successful. I know for a fact you will be a very successful fashion journalist, if that's what you choose to do. You're tips and tricks forever amaze me, don't let it go to waste!
Kevin: From the beginning of Polly Beans, you've been there. But you, you sir, your clothing line will be the next Cheer Up! Clothing. Your ideas and business mind are something out of this world, and I am forever proud of your hard work; pouring your blood, sweat and tears into your own business.
And thank you Niall, my brother. If it wasn't for you, my music taste would be generic, my aspirations would be low, and my passion would not be burning. If you never had introduced me to the music I love, I would be an empty shell, feeling lost. I can't imagine life without Nirvana!
Speaking of Nirvana, I kind of owe them everything. Thank you, thank you, thank you. You have made me happiest person alive in a way I can't describe, nor do I understand. My first blog post was on Nirvana, that lead me to get offered a book contract which I ultimately declined. But the blog keeps going!