I led my tutor group to third from bottom on sports day. Previously they had been dead last for the past two years.
The representatives from my school were the best behaved on a weekend trip.
I persuaded Mason to leave the room with a little less fuss than usual.
Terri handed her homework in on time and it wasn’t too bad.
Mark let go of Conroy when I asked him to.
Phillipa is going to go for the higher rather than the foundation.
I made a joke and they couldn’t stop laughing.
It looks like they read the comment and are taking my advice.
Hannah likes the book and she’s going to read the next one.
Aisha told me what was bothering her, we’re doing something about it.
I got that marking finished early and I’m having a beer.
It’s stuff like this that gets me through the day sometimes. Mundane joys and small victories. When you’re up against it these things can be really easy to forget. It might not mean a damn thing to anyone else and others may even consider it trivial. But it’s not.
It’s not epic, paradigm shifting practice. It’s getting by.
And sometimes that’s more than enough.