A lot has happened since I updated this blog. It's called 'Delta returns to the Waikato.' Oh dear, how annoying, I'm quite angry, I feel sad, I am frustrated, I feel anxious, I don't know what's going to happen, and a big GRRRRRR. I'm sure you've felt some of those things as well inside, depending on where you live.
This means we've been stuck at home most of the last few weeks, just Les, Rosie and me. I really miss being out in schools, and I really miss hanging out with all you awesome kids. I've also felt sad for all those talented young actors who were going to be starring in their school productions. Yes, I also felt sad for me as I didn't get to work with them and see the result of their hard work on stage.
Term 4 is almost over now, so I won't be back in schools until 2022. BUT..... I am excited as I have 5 online sessions planned with year 4 at the fabulous Willow Park School in Auckland.
I am looking forward to hearing how my latest production, 'Santa Gets An e'Sleigh' goes down at Heddon Bush School.
Don't forget my Youtube channel. I have a few poems. for littlies and you older kidlets as well.
Here's the link Youtube.com/channel/UC174DZI0aLXx7WMzZNYTDTw?view_as=subscriber
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Saying of the moment
'A bad workman always blames his tools.'
Do you know what this means? I love sayings and finding out where they first started.
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Judi B and Les and Rosie