Encouraging links between students and school staff around the globe
I’m having an epically horrific twenty-four hours. The TV news will report my story but only after 10 p.m. when children are asleep. When people hear about my day, they will weep uncontrollably, ask how this could happen, and assign blame so they can believe something like this could never happen to someone like them. They will kiss their loved ones and thank the heavens above that they are not me.
And the unbearably bad news if you are me? Today’s not over yet. I’ve learned one very important thing since I woke up this morning face down on unfamiliar ground with my mouth tasting a combination of cat poo and Brussel sprouts with nothing but my pyjamas and a cell phone, which showed 127 missed calls and 2 % battery. No matter how bad your day is…it can always get worse.
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