School holidays are fairly quiet at present, with a few more people out and about during the day in our local area. Yesterday at the grocery store it was fairly busy and the shopping centre was filled with people of all ages, mostly school teachers, it seemed.
My one day of teaching last week came at a good time, and I heard back from the Montessori school where I hope to find some work next term.
Today we heard about the political developments that are part of the last sitting days of Parliament this week before an election in September, it seems. In the next ten minutes or so, we will hear about political leadership ballots and their outcome. It has received a lot of media attention which I think is called “feeding the chooks” in Australian politics.
Hopefully, by the time school starts again, it will be settled down a little.