Euro Hotel Harrow
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... whether I should teach it. They were my tutorial group (like pastoral care) and the lesson was compulsory. They would get an unknown quantity in if I refused.
Berenice once said to me that I embodied Catholicism just by being me and she was right I do in some sense.
I had to decide whether I wanted to teach the sex ed lesson or not. Part of me wanted too, just to be brave(I did fear it somewhere-who wouldn't? An inexperienced teacher having to teach what ...
... I still didn't have access to their intranet or any printing balance till period 5 today. This meant I couldn't do my roles(they call them registers here) all day which would have been helpful in getting to know who I teach. I also couldn't print or download any resources from the shared file. I know they want me(they offered me a job next year) but I have never felt so unwanted in my life as a teacher and it's by accident-they are simply disorganised-they ...
We went back with Katie & Sophie to their place while Mum & Dad stayed at ...
In the food court area upstairs in the station we noticed a Cornish Pasty stand. I had been craving one of them since first arriving in London a few weeks ago. There were several varieties available. In case you aren't sure what a Cornish pasty is...it is basically a meat pie free formed into a half moon shape. Nancy and I had the classic one with beef, leeks, turnip and potatoes.
Courtney had one with cheese, veggies and potatoes. Melissa wasn't ...
... and the souvenir menus to choose our appetizers, main course, wine, and dessert. We chose scallops, the Seafood Platter, the Louis Pouilly-Fume Les Affaubertis, France 2013 wine, and Pistachio Poundcake with fruit and ice cream. Tessa and I were having a grand time and chatting it up when I saw the 3-star Michelin Chef Albert Roux approach the lobster bar. He created all the dishes for the Wimbledon event. I waved to him ...