Is it just me or are parents getting really freaked out over the Internet? I mention that I've joined a website or that I've made a blog and they think I'm taking a huge risk, as in a-matter-of-life-and-death risk. I wish that people of that generation could learn to embrace this change in society better. That sounds a bit wanky, I know, but they're so (what's the word?) untrusting. Not sure if that's even a word, but anyway...
I'm still kicking myself about last year. I really should get over it. But I can't help noticing that whenever a golden opportunity comes my way (a once in a lifetime chance) I miss it by a bug's whisker. Damn continental movements.
Okay, I've come back to make some changes and now I have one half of the parenting team hovering around like a concerned fly. Yes, he wants to use the computer so I'd better make this quick. Our last PE lesson ever was today and I was happy. Very happy. No more stupid, pointless 90-minute sport practice and no more stomach knots. In spite of my hatred of PE classes, I got into the spirit of the World Cup and got green and gold put on my braces. What a pity the Aussie colours are the same as my school unifrom.
Mood - Not sure
Music - La, la, la, la...what difference does it make?