oooohhhhhhhh Hello Unknown Visitor
Glad you could drop by, pull up a chair lets have a chat
Now you see that sign up there *points* No not the one that says milk the other one, yes the HELLO!!! Well it used to be neon and it used to flash. Unfortunatley Neon has gone on strike some such rubbish about better working conditions and medical plans. Personally I think he's just being mardie because I used to hang my towels on him
Talking of towels want one? Theyare nice and fluffy and a real life saver, although I wouldn't recommend running through a burning building with one, they tend to be rather flamable, I've not quite worked that kink out yet
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Worshiping the God of craft
Apr 22, 2012
Had a lovely day yesterday with my ladies who come to craft. I taught them how to make a triple easel card, and we also handmade the envelope! You can see the card here; http://stampincorner-deb72.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/triple-fun.html
We also had a new lady come to join us who really enjoyed herself. This is my second job, it doesn't really earn me a lot of money at the moment but I love it!!
A Day in the life of an LSA Part Deux
Mar 19, 2012
I am always mardy on a monday, without fail. I hate Mondays with a passion and if I where prime minister I'd cancel them horrible things that they are (Mondays not Prime Ministers although they usually tend to be not so great either)
So any way Mondays are a day that I could do with a big laugh, and yay it was delivered by one of my year 10 autistic students, the conversation was as follows:
Student: (whisper) MISS?
Student: (whisper) Whats a (he spells this bit) J.o.h.n.n.y
Me: (blinks) a condomn Why?
Student: ahhhhh I get it now
Me: (concerned) why whats happened?
Student: Two lads from my form have been put in isolation for chucking a johnny about in the atrium, I was rather worried it was a year 7!
A Day in the Life of an L.S.A (part one)
Mar 16, 2012
Well today our lovely year 7's were studying reproduction in science.
Being a sensitive subject and the age of the students, the scenice teacher explained very carefully what they would be doing and what to expect from the lesson. After taking great care in explaining all this he then asked the students if they had any questions. As you can imagine he was bombarded. I was having to bite my lip to stop from laughing at some of the questions and had slowly began my retreat to the rear of the classroom where there was a convient corner to hide behind as I was getting very near to total laughter melt down.
Well the last question was a corker
Student: Do we get to do a practical in this lesson
Student: what don't we even get to use a bunsen burner?
Teacher: No, what on earth do you imagine you'd do with that?!
The mind boggles
By this point me and the other LSA were round the corner tears rolling down our cheeks, bent over double with laughter
Teenagers and Guide ML
Mar 15, 2012
Having come home from that place I laughingly call work and with great anticipation I log on to here.
Now you must understand that 5 days a week I work in a School and am having my head blagged for eight hours a day by TEENAGERS!!!!
It's ok no need to hide theres none here sorry didn't mean to scare you. So I thinks to myself wouldn't it be nice to have a wonderfully sparkly page with 'stuff' on it, like the ACEy type person who dropped by (sorry can't remember their name ), so I took their advice and read all about Guide ML.
WELL thats definatly not for the faint of heart! I had to go get myself a cup of tea! I'll probably have to go lay down in a darkened room after all that!
(whispers) makes me wonder if they realise old people like me use this site