Pippi LS

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Posted: Today at 21:02

Oh, and Mr P is getting a pacemaker ...

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Posted: Today at 20:07

Can I tell you about my awful day ...

ive taken someone else's class. They are hard going anyway, but today was hellish! 

Took some deep breaths, did the marking, felt a bit recovered. Drove past seven police police officers looking at the floral tributes, and got a bit tearful again. 

Came home to find the poor cat dead in the garden ... He had got very weak in the last two days, we were just waiting for the vet to ring when his vitamin injection arrived ... He couldn't have lasted much longer, poor thing. He was 15 and he'd been a lovely, friendly and playful cat ...

Im watching Bake Off to end the day on a positive note ...

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Posted: 05/10/2015 at 18:31


pretty sh!t day here ... the policeman that was killed was just round the corner. Colleague used to work with his wife, Pippette knew him, though not well.

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Posted: 28/09/2015 at 19:33

Oh yes, just me that suffered - the software I'd done my lesson on wasn't installed on the classroom computer (it should be!), then the video in the Powerpoint didn't play, then the file for our Programming lesson wasn't accessible to the Year 4 children, only the Y5s ... Thank goodness it wasn't the Wednesday class as they'd have been swinging from the lights by then! (I am now thoroughly checking that Wednesday's lesson is pretty foolproof ...)

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Posted: 28/09/2015 at 18:34

Same here Podds. The air ambulance landed over the road in my French lesson. I agreed we could all go and look out of the window as it was a bit exciting, but now let's sit down again as we can't see anything now it's landed!

and then anything IT related went pear shaped ...

i didn't get up for the moon. Some fantastic pics from my photo friends ... The one my colleague took on her phone ...

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Posted: 27/09/2015 at 22:15

Today I went walking in the hills near Shap (Cumbria), Mr P sorted out half term in Paris, and Pippette made dinner .

oh dear Yums. Hope you get gruntled again soon.

the obstacle were things like inflatable  hedges ditches and tunnels, with some tents where you had to crawl under or through a web of bungees. Nothing too taxing.

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Posted: 26/09/2015 at 16:46

Warm, sunny, clear blue skies - who's disappointed? 

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Posted: 26/09/2015 at 15:06

It was great fun. They didn't ask for ID, though they asked my nephew (who said, it's in the car and I'm not going back for it). The obstacles weren't too difficult, though I might have been a bit undignified getting over some ... Lots of the powder colour brushed off, and a good shower has got me clean!  Photos when Mr P sorts it?

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Posted: 25/09/2015 at 20:39

We are doing the Colour Run tomorrow ... we have had multi-page emails of info, we have to take with us

a) the confirmation email

b) a signed waiver (I understand I might die)

c) photo ID

It's a fun run!!!! It better had be fun after all that palaver and printing.


Oh dear, DL - sterkte seems appropriate.

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Posted: 22/09/2015 at 21:36

((((((gran gran)))))

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