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While we were swimming to and fro, up and down and having a lovely time, it was just as well I didn't know that I had missed a phone call asking if I could do some supply. Darn it! I was in the kitchen when the call was made and - well, no hearing aids in means no hearing the phone.
The funny thing was that I was in school 'granny helping' in the afternoon and I saw the supply teacher (tried to help her in fact) and was thinking 'why wasn't I asked?' and telling myself to stop being so egocentric because, after all, why should I have first pick?
A lesson learnt . . . from now on it is hearing aids in first thing! When I want to hear the phone, that is. Today I don't need to!
However, I think I probably have four days supply in a few weeks. It could be five days but one day is already booked for something else. Four days is brilliant!
I have become mildly addicted to a programme called 'Money for Nothing' where the presenter takes old stuff that was heading for the dump, recycles/re-purposes it (or gets someone else to) and sells it again to make money. Have you seen it? I don't know if it is a new thing or not because it starts before I would have got home from school but I am enjoying it. I particularly enjoyed yesterday's show because it featured an up and coming designer/seamstress, Chinelo, who first appeared on the Sewing Bee (another favourite) and who impressed me very much with her sense of design and creativity. It is nice to know that her unique talents are being used.
Today should be a lovely day and I am going out to dinner this evening with some good friends. And then it is the weekend - not that this makes such a difference nowadays!
Breakfast: toast and jam
Lunch: not sure yet
Dinner: eating out - yay!
Really informative, that, isn't it!
Now I must get going as there's a lot to do in a short time. Have a great day, gentle readers.