Saturday, September 26, 2015

A bright spot on a bright landscape

Work, work, work. It seems to be the norm for me at the moment. And plenty of what I do is hard to classify as work; two skydives on Wednesday, a wine trip with ten students on Thursday.

It's all good, except for the times it's not.

But today surprised me. I was teaching 9-4.30 which is normally quite a grind. However there was the combination of some great students, a great co-teacher, interesting teaching content and a beautiful spring day to walk home in. A perfect storm.

One of the nicest Satudays of teaching in five years. And I've had some magnificent Saturdays. Here's to you, Cate Jerram and the Business Research Methods students. And my caring sister who sent a message of concern - lovingly misreading the subtext of an earlier blog post. You made this day special.

May we share many more.

1 comment:

  1. I'm glad the concern was appreciated and added to the specialness of the day. I now have a very important role - we both do. I am grateful that for the last almost 15 months you've led the way and shown me how to do it. I too am grateful for the living guardian angel I now have that is perhaps still led in some way by the spiritual one.