It was an early start for a Saturday. I was up about 0745 and as soon as I’d dressed, I was on the road for SES for the final assessment for the group of candidates we’ve been training through General Rescue. Today’s session put them through cribbing and lifting, and I found I was down to lead two of the three crews. Cribbing and lifting isn’t my strong suit so I was a little uncertain how it’d go.
I needn’t have worried. The crews had learned their craft well and performed excellently. I certainly couldn’t have been happier with their work and they all passed.
The balance of the day was quiet for me: laundry, groceries, ironing and Mass. And now a beer at the Charles Weston Hotel.
The plan is an early night tonight, to try and shake off this fatigue. I'll give dinner a miss as I had a huge lunch. Hopefully tomorrow I'll feel like myself again.