So apparently it’s on
Time for Corbyn versus May
Though I’m fairly sure that Farron
Will want to have his say
But will anybody listen
To Lib Dems this time around?
Have recent landscape changes caused
A resurgence newly found?
Will they reclaim their moral high ground?
Will they break the UKIP curse?
Now Farage has got his Brexit
Or will Nuttall make things worse?
Or is it Scottish nationals
Who will now reign supreme?
The most vocal opposition
To the hard Brexit regime
But they only fight in Scotland
So they can’t rule the rest
And it seems there’s no-one else
To put Theresa to the test
She’s called a snap election
To reinforce her strong position
As she leads us out of Europe
Against feeble opposition
But perhaps she’s got it wrong
And now cometh the hour
Jeremy will also cometh
And sweep Labour into power
It might seem unlikely
But if we learned anything last year
It’s that outcomes just might be
Both what we hope or what we fear
And does it really matter
Which leader we applaud
Since we said ‘f*** off’ to Europe
And bet our future on a fraud?
Where did Tess go?
I hear she’s doing quite well
Despite fears induced by a shift
In prices blamed on continental drift
But she returned home sans berries
Because now they’re too expensive
And she Asda make do with cheaper alternatives
And consider Aldi options
To make the most of her devalued pound
Cos every Lidl helps
But do we need more rice on?
I think Rose will just have to Wait
But what’s that over there?
Is it a bird?
Is it a plane?
No it’s just a big shop.
Is there anything ‘super’ about that?
After a fortnight’s break from this ‘feature’, I’m back with more ‘Stuff I Used To Do But Don’t Do Any More’.
It’s perhaps appropriate, after a two-week hiatus from the series, that this post is about how I don’t write any more. Although to be honest I’ve disappeared from this blog multiple times before (for longer than two weeks) and in any case, I have actually posted a few things on here in the last two weeks, just not a post about ‘stuff I used to do’.
Maybe I should add ‘writing about stuff I used to do’ to the list.
Or is that just ridiculous?
I think it probably is, but in the context of other stuff I’ve considered appropriate material for this blog, it’s perhaps not all that ridiculous. After all, I did once write this post… Continue reading Stuff I Used To Do But Don’t Do Anymore (Or How I’ve Become A Less Interesting Person Over Time): Part 5 – A Lack Of Prose Disturbs Me
Finish line in sight
Soon the race begins again
But today we win
Today is the 4th April and therefore it is my birthday. My birthday is on the 4th April every year and I fully anticipate maintaining this tradition for many years to come.
One of the main reasons, indeed possibly the only reason, that I went into the education profession was that the 4th April is always in the Easter holidays and so, theoretically, I would never have to work on my birthday.
This theory has been proven incorrect on three occasions since I joined the teaching ranks. Arguably the worst was a few years back when my birthday fell on a working Monday, but today was almost as bad, for today is Tuesday and once again I found myself at the metaphorical coalface of my profession. Continue reading Birthday Blues
Another Monday and another ‘Artists Corner’.
Except that I’m supposed to do these on a Friday according to my 2017 blogging schedule.
Monday is ‘long post day’.
But, after another week of stress in the world of work, I continue to be a little out of synch with the blogosphere.
In the greater scheme of things it doesn’t really matter. There are bigger things in this world to worry about.
Like the fact that tomorrow is my birthday and I have to go to work. I hate working on my birthday.
Anyway, I’ll probably post something tomorrow about that. And I’ll expect my comments section to be full of birthday wishes.
Back to today though and I’m belatedly posting my weekly contribution to Haylee’s Moodle Army.
This week she gave us free rein to do what we want.
So I was going to do something depicting a lion who had escaped from his cage (so ‘free’, but also ‘reign’ because the lion is the king of all the animals.), but upon his escape he was going to have set up a business selling spring water and he’d be selling the bottles as a ‘3 for 2’ offer (so ‘sort-of-free’ rain).
In the end that seemed like quite an ambitious proposal for someone with my artistic skills so I drew this pigeon instead.