Good morning, gentle readers. It's another rather chilly morning (nowhere near freezing though) and the last day of a week that has sped past so quickly that it's quite scary. Just sixty two teaching days to go now.
Yesterday was a much better day, thank goodness. The sun shone, lessons went well, the technology behaved itself and our celebration takeaway in the evening was lovely. It was a huge relief.
This week I am on early morning duty. In a way it is a bit of a pain to have to rush out early when there might still be things to do, but actually, when the sun shines, it's quite pleasant to be out there chatting to parents and greeting children. Today will be the last early morning duty ever!
I guess I will get some comments this morning - the news was out in the school newsletter yesterday. I'm not the only retirement - there's three of us, all long serving teachers, so there will be a lot of new faces on staff come September.
Apart from that it is just an ordinary Friday with ordinary Friday stuff. And then it is the weekend. I plan to make my first sourdough loaf tomorrow which means that this evening I need to remember to feed the dough and let it stand out overnight. I wonder if it will work OK? We will see.
Well, I'd better go and make breakfast at some point soon, I suppose, and then look over my planning for today. Have a good day, everyone, and may the sun shine.