Tuesday, 2 February 2010

Now I lay me down . . . . .

This is just how I feel - like having a doze for a week or two.  I have just completed a mamoth paperwork task, that I just hope never to have to do the like of which again (if that last sentence makes sense, then wow, quietly).  I have really enjoyed working with the students I had for the last few months, while they are on their practice placement, and they are good people.  But, I just had not realised quite how much work there was for me to do at the end of it, and didn't prepare because of this, gah!  However, I have a mentor for the next leg of the work, and so I should, in theory mind, be a bit more prepared and, have only ONE student and related paperwork to do.  I feel like I'm gabbling at the moment, sorry.  I have been up since 4.30 am so that I can finish.  No, this wouldn't usually have happened, but life got in the way, for several of us, and well this is the upshot.

Right, I'll leave you there, suffice it to say that I can now get on with some sewing, marmalade making and knitting, woo hoo, still quietly.


Shabby Chick said...

Hi hun

Hope you've managed to have a rest this evening!!! I am still patiently waiting for my 2 year old to get tired (11:52 pm, this is ridiculous!).

Mel xxx

tea and cake said...

Oh dear! They do go through these stages at times, don't they? Poor you - whatever time did she go off?

Anonymous said...

Can I send my knitting to you to sew up? Just joking, I saw your comment on the Needled blog, just checking to see how Kate was. It's the one bit of knitting I do not enjoy at all, the sewing up, that is.