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I recommend a book of wisdom for all ages: The Boy, the mole, the fox and the Horse, by Charlie Mackesy. Charlie Mackesy
I haven't been here much recently. Getting the kids to the UK in August was (and continues to be) more traumatic than we could have imagined. Since they left I did manage to finish two manuscripts, now being beta read before copy-editing. Now having a break while I worry about the kids and decide whether it's necessary to do some sort of suicide prevent visit (not joking - it really is that bad with one) Bloody kids!
Rachel Caldecott-Thornton
Rachel Caldecott-Thornton
Plus it turns out his flatmates, being 3rd film students (although the same age as him) don't socialise with him. So he's lonely, broke and bored. He set up a Freshers' chat group on FB and has met a couple of students, although most are arriving in October.
Rachel Caldecott-Thornton
Rachel Caldecott-Thornton
He also got knocked off his bike on the way to the only interview he's had since 2nd August. Needless to say, he didn't get it. Pub jobs v 'Rule of Six'... not surprising really. He's becoming more and more monosyllabic.
Ancora Imparo
Ancora Imparo
Poor lad! :( Online communication and chat groups might be the best way for him to go (for now). I wish him all the best. And your daughter too.
Back To School! Lots of masks and social distancing and taking up all of my headspace, so no room for writing. Won't be long, though :)