QUOTE(tamsin @ Jun 24 2010, 09:00 AM)
Still being left up a certain creek, paddle-less by housemate C, who is a selfish ... *rant continues*
Would it be wrong of me to start counting down the days til I can move out? Only 2 months now.
It seems so wrong that my placement year is being made so stressful by the people I live with. The only good thing, is, its starting to make me look forward to final year and going back to uni!
Its such a shame when I really like my job, my colleagues are great, but my housemates manage to treat me like... dirt...
I wouldn't blame you for counting down the days
But at least there is an end in sight, and of all the things you are doing at the moment, this is the one that will matter least in the future, so you can put it behind you without a backward glance. It's brilliant that the placement has gone well and that you get on with your colleagues - that will set you up well for your final year and beyond. Finish the two months, enjoy the rest of the summer, and look forward to a great final year
QUOTE(Clari Nicki1 @ Jun 23 2010, 11:57 PM)
Stressful week.... had to move lessons etc due to leaver's services etc... so pupils all over the place! I have AB exams at my house next week.
Taught all morning. Went from school to pick up my accompanist- then off to Taunton for a pupil's Gr 6 exam. Only in petrol station put in petrol not diesel.
Thankfully there was a break down garage there too- left the car there- got a taxi to the venue (My pupil was borrowing my A clarinet for her orchestral excerpts).
Got there in time - just-
The pupil's mother drove me back to car- I had to wait a further 45 mins (football on in the garage!!!!)
Then I was late for teaching......
Then I had to drive to Bath to pick up eldest child who has a hospital appointment tomorrow- and drive past Glastonbury site- but thankfully, the traffic had gone by 9pm! Then my daughter grumped at me cos I didn't help her in with her bags!
And it cost me £150- plus the fuel.
I am feeling a little foolish!
What a day!
I hope everything looks better this morning