Wednesday, 26 January 2011


Read all about him here.

If you're ever in Barcelona, check out his museum, it's small but perfectly formed and the lady working there is very lovely and enthusiastic.


  1. Came to comment on the other post you wrote, but it's gone now. Sounds like a nightmare - exactly why the idea of working with kids fills me with horror.

    Problem with a career change is that you're always going to have to start a bit lower down the ladder, and doing that at our time of life can be a bit daunting.

  2. Thank you. I thought it was probably unwise to leave it up there and whipped it down quickly. Nightmare is right, I just had an insight into what the rest of working life is going to be like, walking on thin ice. Do not want.

    I know. I'd happily start again and take a paycut (which has been the story of my career til I got to teaching - paycuts not payrises with every new job, I seem to prefer to descend the career ladder) but it's more that it's hard to get anyone else to employ you. I'm competing with fresh-faced graduates who cost less. Teachers only teach because otherwise they're unemployable...