Last night I went to bed at around 2am, which is pretty much usual for a non-school night. But I didn’t go to sleep immediately, mainly cause I had just run into a few problems with the maths coursework and was wondering if it’d be able to put it all right in time for Wednesday when we go back. So then I jumped up, turned on the lamp, reached out for a pad of paper and jotted down, in bullet points, all the little things I had to do in order to get it finished. And today… well, I just followed the path laid out for me at 2 in the morning and all is well. First draft of Maths coursework is done and printed, sitting neatly printed (16 pages, printed double sided) and stapled on my bed.
Which is a nice ending to the story. Much more agreeable than “but I’ve still got loads of work to do!” which may be true but isn’t as nice.
Out on a windy common
That night I ain’t forgotten
I’m strangely loving Up the Junction at the moment, sorry. Just the song in my head.
Right! Fabio has asked me to make this announcement on my blog to all the QPCS people. He has discovered that Ms. Biddlecombe (our Humanities teacher in Year 9, although she also taught English) is now in a strange low budget Australian movie. Hurrah! More details on Reason 2 Kill here, including a trailer.