On our first year at the Secondary School, aged 11, for one of our subjects we had a delightful teacher.
He was young, handsome, charming and a terrific teacher.
Back to school, at the start of the second year, we were given our new timetable and told which teacher we would have for each subject. Imagine our horror when we didn't get our lovely teacher again but got one who was, let's say, the exact opposite.
These flowers at the Flying Circus school have just this minute met their new IT (Information Technology) teacher for the year.
But don't worry about them, little flowers adapt easily, just as we did.
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Here is the third of our Devon holiday pictures, as promised.
The South West Coast Path goes through the village where we stayed.
This was the start on the west side
and this was near the start on the east side.
The cliff walks are picturesque and often very near the edge.
This was the walk from our village to the next.
Walking in the mist was interesting too. You can see the coastal erosion, and more bits of the cliff are almost breaking off.
A narrow path further along the coast.
This part of the walk was maintained by the National Trust with a reassuring wall on the cliff side.
We turned the corner and this is where I said, No!, no further, thanks.
Would you have walked along this path?
Of course in Devon there are many beautiful beaches and I promised you a shingle beach, but I'll leave that till next time to allow you a rest after your cliff walk.