Goodness me, it has been so long since my last post I’m almost afraid to start writing again! It’s not for want of anything to say, in fact, the real problem is that there has been too much going on. We celebrated Thanksgiving (more on that later), prepared for the end of term with Mr. G. marking exams, filing student reports, and making sure that the students were full of Christmas sweets and puddings before returning to their respected homes; and we celebrated the glorious feast of Christmas amid almost complete peace and silence! The octave of Christmas is far too beautiful to touch upon here, perhaps next year when the twins are older…
And in other news…Malcolm over at British Catholic Blogs added us to his impressive blog list! He runs an incredible blog roll. The site is a wonderful source of news and inspirational blog posts from writers around the world. We are very pleased that ‘The Chavagnes Experience’ was added to his list!
So to celebrate, and to make myself feel a bit more British, I will make myself a pot of English tea, and eat toast lightly spread with marmite. And not just any old marmite, but “Ma’ amite: Toasting to the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee”, which was a gift from our chaplain. There. I feel more British already.
Also you can have a look at Malcolm’s BCB by clicking the link below, it is well worth it! Enjoy!