The holidays are over and it’s time to get back to teaching anatomy and embryology, and the daily routine. Yey? Here’s a bit of a “day in the life” of my first day back to work.
Walking the huge beaches at Rhossili and Llangennith after a fun week of mountain biking, golf, rock climbing, metal detecting, running and all the things we do if we’re given time to do them.
The wild ponies are out and about.
It’s Christmas Day. Oh what have I done? I’ve bought Kim a metal detector. A gift that may mean she roams the beaches of the earth until the end of times.
As long as she’s happy.
There’s a gap in between the storms so we’re getting outside to try and get on some dry rock. It’s a familiar struggle at this time of year. To the beach!
Vlog with flu. What to talk about? How about the flu?
Not my new bike, but Annabel’s new bike. Finally she has grown big enough for a full size mountain bike and that’s what we wanted. Let’s go for a little, chilly test ride first.
Annabel’s birthday is coming up and like all parents we reminisce back to when she was born. Annabel was born prematurely so we were caught unprepared.
It’s in the title. We’re going to try and climb outdoors by the sea in a short dry spell, and talk about some of the truths of teaching on the way.
We’re back to the grindstone after a few days away from work and back in South Wales. Is taking time off work difficult?
I bought Kim’s bike a present – some new hydraulic disk brakes.
See Kim’s website here: www.everystitch.co.uk
There’s one geocache that we haven’t found in the Coed Y Brenin Forest Park and we’ve got a couple of trackable items that we picked up in South Wales. Let’s try and put them together.
And leave the kids in the cottage to recover.