Brabourne Farm, mentioned: "It's never too late to be who you might have been" (George Eliot). So true Leigh. This is so far from Paediatric Dietetics..... but it feels so right. I must admit, I am looking at trigonometry and calculus through different, wiser, 'more life experienced' eyes!...question is: are you ready to do this with me? Might get a bit tedious.....I'll try to make it exciting. I am very excited about the fact that I get to scrabble around on building sites with a hard hat on, wear steel capped boots, learn how to do a site survey, learn how to do CAD drawings, design timber frames, bracing, tie downs (oh how I would have liked to know more about all this 12 months ago!).
Right, I'm off to do my 'Morning Maths'. I am going to set aside a set block of time and find a different pretty place to sit each morning to tackle this stuff. I might even end up at the park down the road!
Have a great day.
Oh P.S. Message for Ian and Harry - 'good carpenters', if you are still following my blog! Subject number 4 requires me to have "intimate knowledge of timber framing techniques and terminology"..... ha! .....yikes! I will be giving you a call and possibly stalking you on whatever building site you are working on in the new year! I might have a few blonde questions for you!
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