Hello! A touch of class for the classroom: Life Update #10

Imagine this entire post being read in Stephen Fry’s voice for maximum enjoyment.


It’s been a while. My first post for October, and we’re already plodding nicely through the month. Sorry about this. Life just seems to have been happening lately, and blogging has taken an unplanned backseat for a bit. I’m back now, though, for the time being. There’s been too much happening of interest into the world of archaeology for me to leave this any longer. That means there should be a nice handful of archaeology-related posts coming over the next few days, which I’ll try and fit in as best as I can around my work, and my body’s current craving for sleep. I think it’s this cold my family has got at present.

Anyhoo. Good job I haven’t decided to embark on that daily blog idea I had a while ago, isn’t it, as I’d have failed rather spectacularly by now.

Work’s going quite well, in case you were wondering (what am I saying. Of course you weren’t.), and I’m attempting to bring a touch of fanciness into the school through my rather snazzy navy waistcoat/black jacket/floral tie combo of late. It’s purely for utilitarian reasons though, you must understand- it’s very chilly at present where I have my desk. Well that explains the waistcoat. I’ll keep thinking of an excuse to account for the tie…

I’ll end here and get on with the archaeology!



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