Who are you?
Read who/what Pascale is...
a student, a daughter, an older sister, a little monster, crazy for the UK, a pickle person, a night owl, a friend, hardcore, a joker, a little weird,
very friendly, a fangirl, grumpy in the morning, a hopeful photographer, a dancer, good with children, bad with left-traffic, clumsy, a party girl,
a teachers' assistant, an organiser, a hopeful singer, a RockStar drinker, a heel-person, into Disney, a blogger, a hopeful writer, a chick lit reader,
curious, into fashion, always on twitter, an inventor, against drugs, interested in proper shoes on men, working in a restaurant, impulsive, excited for the future!
accidently taking 5 m&ms out of a packet of the same colour, sunshine blinding me while I'm driving, driving my car alone so I can sing along to my favourite songs without bothering anybody,
when the music in restaurants is exactly loud enough to still hear it and still be able to speak to each other,
the sound of the tumbledryer, McFly, getting mail, shopping online, karate battles with people that don't know squat about karate,
making pokemons out of tinfoil and have battles, a heavy wallet, doing random cartwheels, living after your horoscope,
happymeals, sudoku, twister fries, giving advice even though I never really take any advice from others, murder documentaries,
taking silly quizes from magazines, Simon Mitchell's amazing art, telling ghost stories even though I'm the biggest wuss around, my glasses,
schoolparties with old teachers, researching random facts, sleeping in, exploring, Adam from The Struts.
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Monday, 10 May 2010 13:19
Waking up to bad news shouldn't make one want to be grumpy all day. Urghh.
Thank you for your email.
However, we are unable to offer a work placement to you.
Senior Admin Officer
Christ Chruch Bentinck C of E Primary School
I've seriously got no idea why so many school say no. I'm only helping them (unpaid is an option). I'm not a criminal - I added my curriculum vitae to the e-mails, so they know how much work with children I have done. I don't see how saying no to me would be their best option. Ok. Next email please?
Thank you for your interest in the school. We may be able to offer you a placement on a voluntary basis but unfortunately are not able to offer paid employment. We would require a letter on headed paper from the college you are studying at and the equivalent of a police check.
Head teacher St Christina's School
Yes! Good sign! I'm not sure what to reply. Should I even reply at all? Wait for more emails seems fair, but I am happy they are interested in having me. Only down side being... it's not paid. I need get college paper and print the letter on it (letter of what? the e-mail I sent? why?) and pay 30 euros on a police check. Would it be okay if I just tell her I'm not a criminal? Excited still. Next?
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