The last day of April and the showers are having a laugh as they are more like downpours. Hubby has gone into the abyss this morning – or rather the Year 5 activity week in Kent where he has mud, zip wires, mud, archery, more mud, climbing, yet more mud and fun! All with approximately 60 nine and ten year olds…eeekkkk! There will even be a disco one night, so I hope he remembered to pack his sparkles.
The main event of the week in our house has been the student engineer turning 22, although at times I wonder if it was 5. His mood swings are off the scale at the moment and the lovely girl and I are counting down the days until his final exams are over – he is always a complete nightmare to live with during exam season! But I don’t know where the time has gone but my little boy has grown into a young man about to enter the work force (hopefully with a top notch degree in Electronic Engineering) and a world where he speaks a different language to his parents (tech!!).
The lovely girl took her final art exam and passed with full marks. Her work will have to be moderated, but unless the moderator looks at it with completely different ideas to her art teachers, she will have an A*. She is so modest that she will hate me for even writing about it – I wish I could say she inherits her talent from her mother, but I’d be lying. No, not from her father either before you ask!
Yours truly has been fitting in a couple of book reviews and a trip to see the wonderful film Journey’s End around an ongoing migraine – you know the type that you think has gone and than a flicker of sunlight and bam, there it is again. Several days on now and it has gone, but my head is still stuffed full of cottonwool and my tongue has been secretly pumped with fillers! The film, adapted from the play by R.C.Sheriff an old boy of my school, is something that I would like to review as a separate piece for you, so watch this space!
Finally, May is Ehlers Danlos Syndrome Awareness month so I give you fair warning now that there will be a constant supply of zebra stripes on this blog. Meanwhile I hope that you will find my selection of posts this week both enjoyable and useful. There are pieces about tick bites and Lyme disease, how to relax doing art, and getting a dog. For ladies of a certain age Tasheenga brings us “That Bitch Big M” – seriously funny!! There are also a couple of very inspirational posts from within the wonderful spoonie community!
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