It would appear that Matt is a better person than me, and quite probably stronger.
Having discussed all the options on Friday evening, he decided that he would not be beaten by the bully. Such a shame that it is a teacher. A hard life lesson. But he is not alone. Every, and I mean every teacher in the school, says he is an exemplary, hard working pupil. Except this particular sports teacher. Anyway, he (and his friend) played rugby on Saturday, not where they wanted, nor deserved to be, but Matt held his head high and played brilliantly (ok I may be a little biased - but he needs a little bit of encouragement and reassurance at the moment).
Me, I watched proudly. Then in between washing kit and getting it ready for another match on Sunday, I crocheted my self happy.
I am enjoying the little bit of Christmas starting to arrive in my home.
I made some squares to make a bag for a friend who has been ill. I must get the handles so I can finish it this week. I had meant to do it this evening, but Pilates was hard work!
I finished the hearts for the Advent Garland and blocked them. All ready now to be strung together ready for next week. I am looking forward to adding the numbers each day.
Then there was more rugby on Sunday. Matt finds this fun!
That's him on the floor!
And finally some more crochet.
I started a new cowl and will also be making some mittens and a hat in this lovely chunky alpaca yarn. Perfect for the cold weather.
Determined that this week will be better.
So I'd best get to bed, otherwise I will be grumpy due to lack of sleep! Thanks for your concern, so kind of you to care.