“Love to see more book reviews!”
“I love your book posts, please do more.”
Guys, you’ve shot yourselves in the foot here. In keeping with the requests for an upping in the book posts, I’ve decided to open my bookshelf to the masses (read: the people who read this blog) and recap over everything I marked “as read” each month on my Goodreads account.
I’ve recently (read: at the beginning of the month) been tagged to complete this Q&A session, and I thought this would be a perfect last blog post for the summer season. A big thanks to Lariane for the tag, as well.
With schools due back this week *snigger* and myself moved back to my parent’s place, this is the perfect time to reflect on my summer in Dublin.
Linguaphile. One who loves languages, or words. So me, then.
I’ve already brushed on the life and times of having parents who are teachers, but I didn’t go into the nitty gritty details, or the questions that always come up when you reveal your parent’s profession.
In reality, it’s a lot more mundane than you might think, but with schools going back in the coming days there are definitely countless other people in my shoes. Be they just getting into the education system or immersed deep in their school going years, anyone with a parent standing at the top of a classroom will be familiar with these queries.
Today marks a big milestone. It was my last day in work, before coming back in three weeks and actually using the airport for its intended purpose. In my two years working here, I’ve learned some things it would have been maybe a tad inappropriate to say in my exit interview.
I am so getting fired for this. Wait . . .