Wednesday, October 20, 2004

Some weeks seem to be all about politics and other weeks about anything but. This has been one of those weeks. It is now half term – just – and the week in school has dragged along. I’ve done a shed load of marking and worked on lesson plans for next half term for much of the week so far. Saturday and Sunday were spent pushing two exciting projects in the party along – sending out surveys to Cringleford and writing to all of our Conservative pledges to ask for their help in ousting this rotten Labour government. Hopefully we’ll get a good response. Still, there was also time for a spot of leafleting in Nelson Ward too!

Monday I attended the funeral of Kath Hopes – a good woman and loyal supporter of the party. She was a tremendous partner to Vic and I’ll certainly remember her warm hospitality and good Norfolk humour. The St. Faith’s crematorium was absolutely packed – a tribute to what Kath meant to us all.

Tuesday night was then spent on a lads curry night. I don’t think I’ll say any more.

And tonight … well, Louise is out on the raz with her work colleagues whilst I sit at home! We had our second scan today – it was amazing, so real. The technology today meant we could see details down to his/her face and counting the numbers of fingers and toes. I am so excited about being a dad – and thankfully there are no complications! Truly an amazing time, so thank you to all at the N&N

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