Monthly Archives: December 2009

December madness

A busy week again, and this end of the year tends to get really frantic.
The last few days have included a trip to Unity Church to hear a great singer and meet up with friends from the country and an invitation to go to Daylesford for an art exhibition.
I have been sorting out the semester’s work for the students to go into their portfolios and some have copious amounts for the six months. Others have not used their time so wisely……….
In between, there have been a couple of visits to the dentist, the optometrist in Queenscliffe, dinners, lunches and even time to go to the movies to see The Time Traveller’s Wife. I enjoyed the movie greatly and am sure the reviewer had a bad day.
The business website is starting to develop and I have moved on from the logo I found for my advertising at Curves and have developed my own. I have recorded one CD and had intentions to do another last week, but there was too much background noise to do it successfully.

December already

Full moon tonight. Looks spectacular – and it’s a Gemini moon!
Last couple of days have been busy and I have been pushing through an incredible tiredness to complete the year.
School reports are finished and the realization today that there are only 2 more days left for me this year, left me a little bemused as to how fast the year has gone.

I have been offered another day a week at the school for next year, and may take that as a short term contract. It has been great to feel like I am free to walk away if it wasn’t working and each week I have joked with the principal that “I might come back next week!”
What a difference in atmosphere to my last school.
I met a former colleague at the supermarket on Sunday and the conversation with her was awkward to say the least. Confirmed that leaving that school was the best thing to do.