Good morning. I don't have an awful lot to say because I said most of it yesterday evening. I can reveal that it is a dull, gloomy morning, quite cool, no sun emerging and it looks as if it might rain. I can also reveal that I see no caterpillars on the tomatoes so maybe the anti-blight measures have driven them away.
Thankfully, I slept well overnight, although I had a brief wakey spell in the middle of the night. Not a problem though. The knee is still stiff, still sore when I move the joint, but it doesn't hurt at all between times. I think a few more days should get rid of the worst.
I am very lucky it wasn't worse though. If I'd broken something or knocked myself out, I'd have been stuck unless I could get to the phone. Mind you, alarm bells would have gone off if I hadn't turned up for school. I still remember how worried we were when a colleague didn't turn up one day. She had just overslept but we phoned around her contacts and someone with a key went round to check she was OK. Much embarrassment, of course, but if she had been hurt or whatever, it would have been discovered fairly soon.
Today is a no-day for me. First of all it is the summer concert and two of my children are performing. That will go on until playtime. After that it's coordinator time and then PPA, a real blessing because this evening is Open Evening so I need to get everything spick and span and shiny.
I was expecting a dear friend to come to stay yesterday but, sadly, she has hurt her back and isn't able to drive for a few days. Get well soon, Sonja, and I hope you wake feeling a whole lot better today.
I suppose I ought to think about having a bath, atc, although I don't need to be in school particularly early this morning. There's no preparation to do, nothing to get ready. Tomorrow will be a different story - all the displays wil need to come down and new backing paper put up ready for the new year, new theme lettering to make, new resources to find . . . it will be all go!
Four more days to go. Just four.