Like The Walking Dead!! Im hooked. I've binge watched it now from the beginning but as I get towards the end of Series 6, I'm slowing down because I don't want them to run out! Fortunately I've 'The fear of the walking dead' to look forward to!
I'm finally on holiday for two weeks. I do not return to school until Monday April 25th. Bring on the Summer I say! Just the SATS to get through. Oh and I somehow found myself agreeing to go on next year's London Trip! What is the matter with me?!!!
We've started a new round of Lego friends club. And the heartmelty moment of Wednesday was when a wee little soul, who really struggles to make friends, said this at our 'share your model' segment after the free play. The LFs each make a model and bring it to the table and explain what it is and why they made it. ( Encourages speech ) The others then can ask a question about it or pass a comment on it. ( Encorages peer communication skills ) They find this extremely difficult at first. It's why they've been chosen to be a LF.
"I'm a bit shy.......but I just wanted to tell you I think it's beautiful."
What a little darling!!
Talking of little darlings...
These are my other three Spring bears I put out. Twee. Some might say dated and tacky. But I don't give a flying fig! I'd quite happily apply those adjectives to myself!!
This is a photo of the set of the latest Muse tour. I'm GOING TO SEE THEM TOMORROW NIGHT!!
A lot of my newer bloggy chums might not know that going to concerts and live music set my heart and soul ON FIRE! It's when I'm at my very best and I come alive. I bloody love Muse. Their bonkers music manages to make my mind soar. It uplifts me. The power of being in a crowd of thousands singing and moving in unison is absolutely magic to me. I love them. I love them. I love them. This is the sixth time I'll have seen them. If you don't know who they are, they are three blokes from Devon who are basically the best live band in the universe. You will have heard more of their music than you realise. It's used a lot for backing tracks on the telly. It's tinkly piano, amazing guitar riffs, drum beats to die for and Matt Bellamy can sing like he's an electric guitar. It's opera. It's heavy rock, it's moving. They put on a show. My adrenalin is already getting going. This time tomorrow I'll be waiting on the stone steps of the MEN arena waiting to leave, elated and zinging ( and sweaty with my fringe stuck to my face ) with the sheer buzz of it all. They will not disappoint. We are not going in the mosh pit this time. We are seated. I just hope I'm quite close! If I'm not. I don't care!! I'm going to sing and dance my socks off! I will also try to take some photos! I cannot wait! Plus as I'm not at work, I'm having my hair done in the morning. I might even slick a bit of eyeliner on and release my inner rock chick! I think I'll insist on a pre coach pub lunch and drink, a pre gig drink in Manchester and that'll be my lot! I do not see the point of getting legless, like a lot of folks do at these things, because I do not want to miss a single second by having to go for a wee!! The tickets cost too much!! I cannot wait!
In other rock chick news, I've been sorting out some of my latest buys of gorgeous wool! Because yanno, I was DESPERATE for some! It's all rather squishy gorgeous. And all was in the sale.
This stripey wool isn't new, it's from the first ( and so far only ) pair of socks I knitted that took three years to finish!!
Right, best get to sleep. Else I'll be all knackered looking for my night out! Not pretty!
Lots of love from
Rachel *died my hair cosmic blue again, not really that blue, it's more of a blue black, that shines blue in the sunshine* Radiostar xxx