Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Busy busy!!!









This is the first week of classes at school. This year I'll be working at two schools about a 50-minute drive away from home -but I'm not complaining; the other option was actually moving away - so that's fine. We have new books this year which means a lot of preparation and I've also fallen waaaaay behind with ironing. So I'll write more once I find a routine with work and housework.
Meanwhile, keep posting _ I do read and leave comments.

Take Care!

11 comments:

Claudia Medeiros said...

Wow ! Such a busy lady ! I mean , a Super Lady !!! That's what we really are most of the time ... Super Heroes !
Good luck on your new journey and don't forget to have a time to yourself :)
xoxoxo

Scattering Lupines said...

I hope you find the balance soon! Can't wait to hear about teaching at your new schools!

marigold jam said...

Good luck in your new job/s. Don't work too hard take time to smell the roses too!

Jane

andamento said...

Good luck with the jobs, hope you're able to find a little time to keep up with some posts.

Love the photos of the park, is it very near you?

Yiota said...

Thank you ladies.
andamento: it's Hyde Park in London. I wish I lived near a park like that...

MyStory of HiStory said...

Balance... I hope you find it as well... It's tough to find here too :)

Happy@Home said...

I wish you luck in your new school year. It sounds like busy days for you. I hope you can soon find a happy balance.

Your blog looks great ~ love the header picture.

Tabiboo said...

Such lovely pictures and busy indeed, I hope things settle soon.

Nina x

marigold jam said...

Many thanks for your lengthy comment on mine - I do appreciate your taking the time. You are right of course and there are no rules to blogging - I guess I was just thinking out loud really! I often come to the answer to a question once I have verbalised that question and so it will be with blogging - I will find my way as you said! Thank you for following me and no I wasn't tired by your comment only touched that you felt like taking time from a busy schedule to make it!

Jane

Sarah said...

I hope it all goes well! I feel like I have been back at school forever now and it has only been two weeks. I love your photo of the logs and the snail. We have African snails in our classroom-a new addition this year. They are growing at an alarming rate!

Meggie said...

Your photos are just beautiful. I have enjoyed my visit. I saw you over at Jane's & am glad I 'met' you. A lovely blog!