All things considered, much to look forward to


The old man is no longer snoring, he reports, so I guess it is no longer raining/pouring. Looks like drizzle from here, which is about right for early January.

I’m not sure I want to know the connection between snoring and heart attacks.

Back to school tomorrow, so some more preparation and marking to find time to do today, along with washing loads, casserole to make and freeze and so forth. M and I went to see Homebase about a kitchen at lunchtime (style really does cost), and then I wanted to call on the carpet shop which have our measurements for the toy room, as we’re currently painting it, but they closed at 1pm.

Also my sister needs her thank you card and any birthday postage sending very soon to arrive before she starts trekking around NZ.

Because last half term was a particularly stressful one for me, my teaching wasn’t as good as I would have liked it to have been. As I see it there is now more pressure on me to perform and to do a great job. I have decided to try and be more positive and creative. We did have a great Christmas and this year could be a fantastic one. Dad is getting better slowly and there is a lot to be thankful for.


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