Monday, 23 August 2010

Fingers, Toes and Eyes ....


All of these will be crossed for tomorrow's G.C.S.E results..
This goes out to all the parents who have spent anxious months, weeks, days and hours guiding your children through this minefield of learning ...
Good luck to all the students who are bracing themselves and living on tenterhooks..
Not forgetting the long suffering tutors too!!!

10 comments:

Ragged Roses said...

Is it really TOMORROW!!!!!! C has spent the past few days pacing up and down working out where and when she is going to open the envelope.... I have everything crossed for her (and that's no mean feat). Good luck to H and all the others who are finding the next 24 hours just a tad too nailbitingly stressful
Mx

Country Cottage Chic said...

Will be keeping fingers crossed for everybody but especially for our two boys!

We will need that tea & cake on Wednesday!

J

KC'sCourt! said...

Good luck to your son
Julie xxxxx

...... Kristina ...... said...

Hi Michelle,
Good luck to your boy for tomorrow! x
I have one here on tender hooks for what awaits come the morning.
Love Kristina x

VINTAGE HEART said...

Hi, My son also waits for tomorrow and finally finding out ,how he has done, I have that butterfly tummy feling and have turned to cleaning to distract my self, My son said what will be will be, which really is not soothing me h ..erm , every body good luck tomorrow! best wishes,Linda.

Louise said...

Remember all those crooked ties in those old school photos! Good luck H with your exam results. x

Alison and Amanda, Directors, Gift Wrapped & Gorgeous Ltd said...

We have another 2 weeks till our L goes back so it is a mad rush for school shoes (bought late just in case her feet grew another size before starting in September) and same for school trousers - she won't wear skirts.

I still remember the sunny September day when she first started school 3 years ago. I was dreading it and sobbed buckets till my husband bought me a jack russell puppy to keep me occupied.

Good luck to all new babes going to school for the first time tomorrow and congratulations to all Mums for their long suffering patience during the tortuous long summer break!

Clare said...

All the best to your son, I hope he got what he wanted? and congrats to you for getting him through it!!

Gingham and Flowers said...

I hope the results were all that your Son wanted them to be. Being married to a teacher of GCSEs, AS and A Levels I can understand the stress of waiting for those results. And I can remember it well myself. I was the first year of GCSEs. That makes me feel old!

The Vintage Bazaar said...

Hope the shopping trip went well.... you were missed in Bath yesterday. No doubt the evening chron had an article about the 9 tipsy women giggling around the shops in Bath yesterday afternoon!!!