Today is the anniversary of an absolutely amazing day in my life. Graduation Day. This day is the culmination of at least three years of hard work for a whole degrees worth of people, and longer for some. Graduation is the day when everyone gives you a big pat on the back and says congratulations.… Continue reading 3 years later and I finally made it
Props to Noah and the Whale (yes that old band) for the title of this one. I am currently sitting in the airport in Las Vegas listening to L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N by Noah and the Whale. Why is this worth blogging about you ask? Well let me just tell you about the last couple of days…. I woke… Continue reading LIFE GOES ON
Today hasn’t been great. I’ve been at work all day, which is shitty in itself. Been mega busy with one of the students saying that he’s being bullied and the aftermath that comes with that. I filled in a load of job applications last night, saved them only to find that they in fact hadn’t… Continue reading What. A. Shit. Show.
The next morning Mum and I popped over to the N&N to sort out the mess that was my ankle. After a trip through A&E and into Minor Injuries I was informed I would need ANOTHER xray because Northampton hadn’t unlocked my records for them to see. Eventually it was decided that I was going… Continue reading Broken Ankle – The rest of the story, I warn you, it gets gory
As you may have gathered, getting home from Northampton was not as easy as it should have been. I’m not sure where to start this story so you’ll have to keep in mind that when all this was going on I was really rather stressed, and in quite a lot of pain (lack of painkillers).… Continue reading Broken Ankle – Getting home from Northampton General
So as I have said, I work with teenagers. Many people say to me that I am absolutely mad to work with them but personally I think teenagers get a bad reputation when it is both the minority of the time and the minority of the people that they are actually acting outrageously. We all… Continue reading The importance of the word ‘why’