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Sean | 13:31 UK time, Monday, 1 November 2010

"Well, I gotta go now. I've got a lotta bouncin' to do! Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! T-T-F-N: ta-ta for now!"

drawing of Tigger from Winnie the Pooh by Kiki when she was in year 7

A drawing of Tigger by Kiki from Wiltshire who sent it to the BBC's Blast site

That's how Tigger, from the "Winnie the Pooh" books by A.A. Milne, says goodbye to his friends! So I thought I'd just say ta-ta for now! Bye for now! See you later! I'll be lurking of course...

...and will no doubt appear on the Staff Blog at some stage. In the meantime, it's been a real pleasure. Thanks to Miguel - a model student! And thanks to everyone for your comments and questions... here are some last answers before I hand over to Alice who'll be your Teacher during November.

You are very kind. Thanks for your nice comments. I have enjoyed being your Teacher for October and you too have been my guide... yes it would be great to meet up some time - if ever you are in UK do let us know. And I think I'm not the only one - after your fantastic blog - who is thinking how great it would be to visit Peru. As for applying to be my 'worker' or should we say 'employee'... well, I've been your 'boss' for a month and your 'probation period' went very well... so let's hope! Stay in touch and take care Miguel.

Thank you for your kind words! Yes I would have loved to have more time to post more often... maybe I'll find the time in other blogs... I'm glad you enjoyed my time with you here... and yes, not surprising you found the photos a bit gruesome in the Zombie walk!

Love the way you used the new phrase 'a real treat'! Thanks... I've enjoyed it too.

To be honest, it all happened coincidentally - I took my cue from Miguel's posts but they just seemed to lead into ghosts... and then of course I realised Halloween was coming... but the Zombies in Brighton were a complete surprise! I like going with the flow! Glad you enjoyed the blog. Sure won't forget my fans!! It's been a lovely experience.

I'm sure you'll enjoy November with Alice who's got some great photos and stories to tell of her life around the world! Take care! TTFN!

picture of a weather vane

A weather vane which is an instrument to show the direction of the wind - let's see where it takes me next! Bye for now! Sean



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