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Polly has a cracker

Discussion in 'Personal' started by polly.glot, Jan 25, 2011.

  1. polly.glot

    polly.glot New commenter

    ......of a job, that is. Three hours a day, four days a week. That's a 50% TT. No duties, no ferals, no policing required. Cambridge International A Levels, really great kids, with a fantastic work ethic. Intellectually challenging without being knackering. After 70 hours a week in a boarding school, I feel so light......
    Oh, and the temperature here is in the high 20s, sun is shining, sea is blue.....I hope I am not struck down for the sin of hubris, but am SO happy!
     
  2. lindenlea

    lindenlea Star commenter

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    That's great and long may it last.
     

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