It is, though, bless her, the Queen's birthday this weekend (not her real one though) so we get Monday off (although Asher has a soccer game). I don't have much time for the Queen, particularly since I married into an Irish family *g* but I appreciate the day off all the same. I shall definitely do some writing. I am determined. I should get some alone time, as I dropped Steve at the airport this morning and that's it, he's off for two weeks. Bon voyage, mon whatever... mari? Yeah, I think that might be it. Long time since I really studied any French.
And tonight I phoned the mother of one of Christy's friends about a party, and it turned out we went to school together and lived just a few streets apart growing up. We're the same age but I was two years ahead of her at school, so we were never friends or anything. Small world though! We knew a lot of people in common. Wellington is so like that!
And that's it from me. I had a wonderful day teaching. I did some really good things in the classroom today, and I am grateful to have such a cool job for now - even my Year 11s were great today, actually studying for their test on the Reformation, which we postponed to Tuesday!
*yawn* I might need to go to bed soon.