Got a bit of a problem with the wifi. That is, it suddenly locked us out. Since the Sage and Al need the internet constantly for eBay (well, I exaggerate, but the Sage isn’t quite happy unless he has his evening fix, and Al had stuff he was selling that finished last night) they weren’t pleased. Since, among us, my poor knowledge is the best going, it turned into my responsibility. I’ve fixed it up to an extent, but will need more advice from Ro before we’re going properly. As it is, we are all using our computers in the kitchen.
The complexity of school governor stuff is increasing. And likely to increase more. Ho hum. Still, I daresay it’ll be interesting. A governors’ meeting on Thursday and we’re having our photos taken. Such is the paranoia about safeguarding that now everyone has to have photo id. Pity. I’m rather attached to my present name badge, which has a little Happy Face sticker on it, courtesy of my friend Caroline who is a teaching assistant there. Still, I’ll bear the experience with good nature, if not good cheer. I’m not too fond of having a photo taken of me.
Why is it, by the way, that ‘official’ photos, for passports and suchlike, are always so dreadful? In my passport, I look terrified. On the Sage’s driving licence, he looks frightening. I’ve never seen a good one yet. The really depressing thing is that they are actually accepted as a likeness.