Now this is a site I really like – thoughtful and fantastic photography.
We had an unusual-for-Argyll drop of snow earlier this week. This was a find from a walk from the office at lunchtime.
More excellent ideas from David Newsum and Tessa Blewchamp.
Its out! Its the bargain of the year!! Only 99p!!! Yes I have launched my latest e-book this morning – “50 great ideas for livening up your health and safety courses”. I have written this with the kind assistance of Tessa Blewchamp, and we are delighted to be able to share these ideas which can be used on all levels of health and safety courses. This time the ebook is in a simple pdf format, and instantly downloadable as soon as you pay. (paypal account is the easiest but credit and debit cards also accepted.) Just click or copy and paste the link below:
The ideas do not have long explanations or instructions – its up to you to take them and make them work with your learners. So, for less than the price of the cheapest coffee, you have a great set of tips to set your courses…
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There was a party up at the big hoose last night for friends celebrating dad’s 50th and daughter’s 21st. Well, to be honest, there were at least three different parties going on with young people in one room, old people in another and the middle-aged and badly-behaved in a third. We left fairly early because of the revision I mentioned yesterday, but no doubt there are some sore heads around. At least the view from our window appears to be clear-headed.
I’m supposed to be revising for an exam on Tuesday, but when scenes like this appear out of the window, you’ve just got to get the camera into action and share with friends.
The weather around here has been foul for days, so it was a delight to be able to get out of the office for a walk at lunchtime today. And, like a good boy, I took the camera with me. This is all that’s fit to share.