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The security man is seriously unamused.
!st I pop something behind the info desk to pick up latter without getting permission.
Then I spot the bubble wrap on the floor. Even I am surprised by the alarming noise it makes as I revert to a child and give it a stamp. But I do own up.
As I leave the shop filled with shame I bump into Uncle Michael. Uncle Micheal is a long lanky teenager who for the last 2 yeas has fetched up at school every afternoon ferrying his disabled sisters 2 young children. He has never been late and was even per-swayed to join us on a trip to the local farm where a young unmarried mum and he practiced their flirting skills.
He will never afford driving lessons let alone a car and I was impressed to see that he had discovered the perfect mode of transport. He arrived at school one day on his sisters mobility scooter. Trying hard to look the James Bond. He plonks the children on at pick up time and away he zooms.
It cheered me up to see him again. And to see that he is still as enterprising as ever. The children have now moved to a school much further away and he was wheeling them both in a wheel chair.
I don't know any one that sees the funny side of this except me. He was the talk of the staff room and even the mums were scandalized at such a flout of the rules. But you have to take your hat of to his commitment to the children. And his attempt to make his own life a bit easier.
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Whippet is also unamused. He doesn't understand British summertime has ended and we have returned to Greenwich mean time, he has been pestering me for tea for the last hour. By now he stress levels have soared he has started shaking and moaning. A man who likes his meals on the dot is whippet.