Last time I caught sight of a newspaper the government question was still up in the air, and there's a hung parliament in my brain as well as in the country. I feel like I've been reading non-stop, but, of course, that's nonsense - unless somebody else has been here hanging out the washing in the sporadic sunshine! Sometimes I can understand why people try to gain a sneaky look at the exam papers - today has been a horrible day:(
The time has come, or at least, at 0920 in the morning it will have come. I shall be seated, turning over my exam paper and hoping that there are two, just two, that's all I ask for, two questions that I'll be able to answer with such authority that I will get as near to 70% as it's possible to get, then my first should be 'in the bag' - provided there's a following wind, of course:)
So, wish me luck! Cross your fingers that the books I know best will appear on the paper, and the subject areas I'm most comfortable with will be there, just waiting for my pearls of wisdom.
Oh, and I also planted some vegetable seeds this week - better late than never, as they say, and it's encouraging to see tiny specks of green peppering the rich loam - though that could be moss, I suppose!
Think of me tomorrow - I'll let you know just how terrible it was when it's over:)