Aisling Michaela O'Neill Well said, Alan! Did you know that the matron at Wennington had a large pot of antibiotics which she dished out willy-nilly?
Alan Ireland You appear to have inside knowledge. Are you referring to the formidable Rosamund? But to answer your question: No, I didn't know that. I do, however, remember the daily squirt of cod liver oil into the mouth, during the winter months. Once, it landed on the front of my jersey, which made me smell like a fish market for a while.
Aisling Michaela O'Neill Alan Ireland Possibly, I don’t remember. I was a mental health nurse by training, appointed by Brian Hill in consultation with Michael Campbell, and disapproved of by Kenneth Barnes. I had independent access to the meds, which was how I saw what bossy matron and lazy GP were up to. If you ask me, the whole place was fishy and I smelled a rat quite early in my time there.
Alan Ireland Lots of facile analysis there. They said I was a narcissist.
The early arrival of some children for the start of term was cited as evidence of the school's success. I just wanted plenty of time to find a mattress without urine stains on it.( Collapse )