My room’s been completely cleared out by now, including the PC, which is why I’m composing this blog entry from the middle of the hall at the top of the stairs. Tasha finds it hilarious, since now she can look over my shoulder as I type.
Katie (the younger one) is going off to the Gordon Brown Centre tomorrow, following a rite of passage which continues with the Isle of White next year. She’s still awake – but probably only because I’ve got the radio on. In the middle of the hallway.
Using a wonderful ‘Grade Calculator’ our ICT teacher gave us, I’ve worked out that given my coursework grades, I only need 46% on the final paper to get an A* GCSE. Needless to say, it’s not at the top of my revision timetable.