May Day, traditionally a time of magic and music, welcoming in the summer months with flowers and dancing. All the fables and fairies of old England, not to forget the morris dancing! Well I didn't see any of that because I only left my flat twice to play tennis, such was the excitement of my bank holiday!
I had 140 school reports to write for the all the kiddos I teach art, English and other exciting things. I qualified as a primary school teacher after I left university but hadn't taught for years. Then, when I left my full time production job to start Hickey and Dobson, I needed the financial security of a guaranteed income. It's worked out amazingly well, I forgot I love teaching (and learning) and the kids are fantastic BUT it's only a couple of days a week and I get to be my own boss and creative the rest of the time. Life's good.
So this May bank holiday, a time I traditionally like to spend indulging in a spot of wanton hedonism, was spent beavering away in front of a computer screen. In order to stay
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