Technologically and linguistically adventurous EFL teacher, trainer, writer and manager

On Friday I posted a ranty, very annoyed, very depressed blog post. Within 48 hours I had had 5 blog comments, an email, two direct messages on facebook (none of which were less than 100 words), and three direct messages on twitter offering support, advice and general friendliness
A couple of hours ago I asked people to spend a few minutes to send me a short recording of them talking about their favourite TV programme. I already have four recordings and another on it’s way.
Some of these people I’ve known for years, some for a few months, and some I’ve never met in person, only online. You are all amazing, and I really do appreciate your help and support! You are making what could have been (and sometimes is) the hardest year of my life a whole lot easier. Thank you.

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