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... and share my ideas and my triumphs, and they can share theirs in turn. Time is a funny, fickle paradox.
OxTrad is a tough gig, there is no doubt about it. The hours alone could push someone to their crazy point. The added pressure of student behavior, parent expectations, illness, event planning, arrivals, departures... it all adds up to a lot of stress. But I think that all of that is what brings us together so quickly. If you let it, ...
... over the stage. But then it got to be 11PM, and the sound restrictions kicked in, so it was time for silent disco.
Silent disco is still one of my favorite things. I wish we had them in the States, but I think it wouldn't be as popular because most Americans have this natural desire to be loud. It took a little while to show the kids how to operate their headphones, but then the party really got started. I danced with Joe, ...
... card depicting the Pringle Fairy blessing the world with Pringles, and today I decided to take it one step further.
First I went and bought the Pringles (obviously) and a small box of cupcakes. Then I went to Boswells to their toy section. I remembered from last year that they have an area of figurines, and sure enough I found a appropriate looking blue fairy who would serve very well as our Pringle Fairy. I bought the figurine, ...
... ups just get assigned to random classes. Each Weekender class is only one hour anyway, so it is really not a big deal.
During a quiet period of shift Andy and I went down to the basement to dig through our storage stuff. One of our teachers has decided now that he really needs this box of rulers that he used last year, but he can't remember where he put it or what happened to it. So he needs us to find it. Now. It wasn't in our big storage unit ...
The holiday started last night really, in our travelodge-esque style (but free of charge) room opposite the Ritz. Great location. Normal price £495 room only. Whilst I was still working, getting those last minute jobs completed, Bryan (77 hours in 4days this week sympathy vote) toured the galleries in the locale. Glad-rags on and dinner reservation in hand we approached the ...
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Had wonderful showers! Supplied soap, shampoo and towels. The beds were comfortable, but not made for 4 people. Everything was very clean.
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