#weekendcoffeeshare: A Morning with the Prime Minister


I’m not actually having a morning with the Prime Minister of the UK, but I am currently enjoying my Queen Anne tea and watching the PMQs (Prime Minister’s Questions). For those of you that don’t think that I am obsessed with politics, know that I’m either watching the PMQs or the Daily Show with Trevor Noah most mornings.

It has been a busy month, and with my Zed post uploaded this morning, I have finished with the A to Zed Challenge for April! Though it was much better than last year’s, I am disappointed by the outcome. I’ll talk about it more in my wrap up post, but it seems like a lot for work for not a lot of gain. I still think it’s probably because of my topic. Next year, I think I’ll be concentrating on my travel blog.

There are only three weeks left of school, the last one being final exam week. I’m very glad of being so close to the end. My first year at a new school has been much better than my first year at any other school I’ve been at, surprisingly. The hardest thing has not having a permanent classroom, and floating about during the day. Next year, I’ve been promised a classroom, though it will be a portable.

For those of you who remember, I applied for a master’s degree in Sweden. I’m currently on the waiting list, but I am not optimistic about my chances. I’ll be applying to another programme in December.

I am seriously booked this weekend, and am lazing about as if I haven’t anything to do. Next week, then? – SDM

NB: Do check out the other #weekendcoffeeshare posts here!




  1. I gave up on politics some time ago. To run for a high office you must step on many “toes”. It is often the matter of chosing the best of two. In theory the candidates are chosen in the primaries. That doesn’t really happen.
    Good luck in your chosen field.

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  2. I was quite pleased with my views through the A-Z Challenge but I am planning to do my reading now that it’s over. Once again, I was overly ambitious and in survival mode by he end of the month. For 2 weeks of the challenge, my kids were home on school holidays as well. Now, I’m having to make up for lost family and house time. Dogs just stuck their paws up too…more walks!
    I intend to read some of your posts during the week.
    xx Rowena

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  3. I only had a chance to read a few of your A-Z posts and did enjoy them even if i didn’t leave comments. Having visited France a few times I did find your post on race, religion and freedom in France very interesting. So maybe it wasn’t a success in the number of viewers, but at least with the posts I saw it was a success in content.

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