Quiet week

Monday saw me back at school. Not much to comment on; 7.00am until 6.00pm sifting through paperwork every day. I have destroyed the Brazilian Rainforest this week all on my own. Can’t remember any highlights other than I badgered the Educational Psychologist to do her job for once and turn up and actually SEE a child.
Charlotte had a flying lesson on Monday. She flew over Nan’s house in Thurcroft then popped over with Lucas and Suraj to spend the rest of the day with her. By all accounts, they had a very nice time. Nan has had a stairlift put in the house to help her get upstairs, she also has a new flat screen TV to watch the sport on.
Jamie surprised me by suddenly deciding to clean the inside of his car (never done it before, probably won’t do it again!). I took a photo of it. At the weekend he was going to see his girlfriend in Mansfield, but she ditched him, and he stayed home. A waste of a clean car!
I drove up to Nan’s in South Yorkshire on Friday night and tried the stairlift out. I found it too slow and not half as exciting as a quad bike. I must be getting old now, her new TV was fine but far too complicated, I couldn’t work out how to switch from terrestrial to satellite smoothly.
During the afternoon, I pulled up the onions in her garden and laid them out to dry, they have been a good crop this year. Afterwards we had a day of sport watching on her new TV; Rugby, soccer and cricket and for once the good guys won.
Sarah had a quiet week at school, lots of homework which may have contributed to her getting tonsilitis on Friday. She spent the weekend on the settee groaning and watching videos. Sue and I joined her to watch Casino Royale on Sunday night, we really enjoyed it, I was quite surprised.

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