Tuesday 4 September 2012

Hi hoooooooooooaaaah!

Hi ho, hi ho, it's back to school I go,
With a book and a pen etc

Oh did I mention my heavy heart ?

I do whine a lot don't I ?

I am lucky to have a job in this day and age. Even though I've been on a pay freeze for four years and I think they are raiding my meagre pension too. I am lucky. This will be my mantra for this year.

Deep down we all know I'll be just fiiiiine when I get there. Today is a child free day too. The huge staff meeting is huge. Full of Important Information that I will no doubt write down and never refer to again!!

It's just a big culture shock that I can no longer do as I please all day! My choice is taken away!

Sigh. I suppose it will provide much blog fodder.

I'd much rather be in Harlech, tramping round the castle!

And as you all know, actually, I do love my job!!
See you all at hometime!
I suppose I should get dressed though. Staying in PJs all day is no longer an option.

But here is a shot of Harlech Castle to put you on till I blog up the castles. The History and atmosphere is palpable! I like to walk round, draping my hand on the Walls, thinking about those who touched them hundreds of years ago!!


  1. ChippyChin from Twitter4 September 2012 at 08:46

    So cool. I bigtime love the picture. It makes me want to go rest my cheek on the stone and close my eyes so I can fully 'sense' the history. I'm a very tactile person.

    As for school? Boo hiss!

  2. It's a dirty job, but someone's got to do it and it sounds like you do it so well.

    What a fantstic contribution to society you make by educating all those potential leaders of the future.

    Are castles on the curriculum this year? if not you should fit them in somehow, that way you can entertain yourself as well as them!!

    Best of Luck Arwedd xx

  3. Do you have clean underwear and a hanky? Yes? Then you'll be fine.
    Jane x


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