What to start with! So much to say and so little inclination to say it!
Probably the lady with big boobs is most worthy of note. Not, you might think, remarkable. There are, after all, many pictures of ladies with big boobs. You can see them everywhere. And I think that is part of the point. And the word point is significant too.
As I have finally finished the bulk of my 3ESO marking and put the marks on my computer before putting them on the school computer, I felt that some form of mild celebration was in order. So we went out for a beer and tapa this evening.
After denouncing a group of Romanians who were raiding the charity clothing bins in the centre of town in broad daylight we had a few bevvies and then I had occasion to use the facilities in the bar. The toilets were in good order but it was the positioning of the photograph of the lady with the big boobs. Which was just above the water line on the back of the toilet. Presumably we were supposed to aim for the nipples! Questionable taste I fear!
I have now consumed the mini bottle of Cava which was the guys’ gift from the couple we went to see get hitched what seems like months ago. The reason for drinking this inestimable liquid was because the Scumbags have left for another week and given us the gift of their non-presence. However, we fully expect their re-appearance next week and that will signal their summer stay. We count each week they are not here as an extra present!
My penultimate week has now been completed and I am looking forward to only five more working days to the end of my career! There is much filling in of spaces on a computer to facilitate the production of end of year reports and there are two extra examination papers which I will have to mark. But the end is very much in sight.
Which is more than can be said for my Grown Up Camera which still appears to be languishing in customs in the UK and not in my hands in Catalonia! And it looks as though it is going to be unlikely that I get it before the end of term. Ah well, delayed gratification is something which should be second nature to a person of my generation!
There has been much good-natured banter about our respective triumphs in our recent examinations. I have to admit that I have never been so relieved in my life to get a comparable result to you-know-who to ensure that we are both on a level playing field!
The next part of my course continues seamlessly with the first TMA sent in and our area of concern now having switched from Greek Vases to Iconoclasm. Never a dull moment!
Tomorrow Terrassa for the birthday of one of the kids.
Life goes on.