If I die tomorrow…

…which I hope doesn’t happen, let it be known that I’m really enjoying my life at the moment, and have the best work-life balance I’ve had for a long time, which is why I still haven’t written on my blog, a month since I last wrote an apologetic post on here 😉 Right now I’m in San Diego, USA, for a month. Before that I was in Leeds in the UK, and after this I’ll be going to Vancouver, Canada. 🙂

Here are a few shots showing what I’ve been up to, in reverse order because wordpress did it the wrong way round and I can’t be bothered to do anything about it!

Torrey Pines Nature Reserve, San Diego
Torrey Pines Nature Reserve, San Diego
Anyone know what this little creature is?
Anyone know what this little creature is?
Star of India, Maritime Museum, San Diego
Star of India, Maritime Museum, San Diego
Me in a fighter plane on the USS Midway
Me in a fighter plane on the USS Midway
Me with San Diego bay behind me
Me with San Diego bay behind me
Common dolphins near San Diego
Common dolphins near San Diego
Wildlife in Mission Bay, San Diego
Wildlife in Mission Bay, San Diego
Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego
Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego
Sealions at Sea World San Diego
Sealions at Sea World San Diego
Young panda at San Diego zoo
Young panda at San Diego zoo
Leeds CELTA group
Leeds CELTA group
Lake District
Lake District
Ullswater in the Lake District
Ullswater in the Lake District

And if I do die tomorrow, I’ve got a pretty amazing life, and I consider myself incredibly lucky to have found my dream job and for it to still be my dream job 7 years after I started doing it 🙂 No regrets at all!

6 thoughts on “If I die tomorrow…

  1. Fantastic shots, looks amazing 🙂 You know, if the unthinkable were to happen, you’d have left a legacy of some really awesome blog posts here that communicate a transparent love of teaching, are genuinely helpful and which encourage and inspire all the people like me who come across them. Thanks for those, and here’s to many more! (work-life balance permitting!)

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