Friday, 21 May 2010

No card, but a poem

I was off work yesterday looking after Meg, trying to get her better in time for today when she went off to PGL today, until Monday. She was still not 100% but hopefully she is well enough to enjoy it. If not, then I'll get a phone call and I'll be driving out there to fetch her. She will be climbing, doing zip wire, high ropes and archery. I like the sound of the last one but the others sound a bit high for me!
We had a fabulous morning at school with a visit from the poet Paul Cookson. I laughed so hard I was crying! It was so funny the way he reacted so quickly to everyone and everything going on. I found this little example of one of his poems on you tube. Hope you like it!


7 comments:

  1. Hi Sally,
    I'm sure Meg will have a fabulous time. There's nothing like being busy and excited to take your mind off the symptoms of a cold.
    Clare x

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  2. Lol love it hehe, great fun and makes me glad that with seven grandkids ... i dont knit !!!
    hugs June xxxxx

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  3. great vid, loved it!

    ((Lyn))
    and I know all about granny's knitting!!

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  4. Hi there Sally
    hope megan is ok, Mitchell loved his pgl last year.
    thanks for the video it bought it all back.
    hugs chris xx

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  5. Hello Sally in the UK!!!

    Thanks so much for visiting my blog, to see my TT offering!!

    YOU make amazing things!! I can get lost here for hours!

    And Sir Stampalot? WOW too!! What talent, and quite a following for only 1 month! I may have to throw my hat in. The prize is too awesome!!

    Hope you come visit again!! I'll bee back to see you!

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  6. Sally, this is wonderful :) Isn't he great? I've sent the website link to my friend, a Head teacher - she's well into all forms of creativity so I'm sure she'd like him - she's from Lancashire, too, lol.

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  7. So sorry to hear Meg's been under the weather. Sal. I hope she's had a great weekend. Being out in the fresh air on such a glorious weekend is the best medicine.
    We had this poet at our school a few months ago and he's great isn't he. The children just loved him and his poems and still talk about his visit.

    Lisax

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