She’s called June, she works at a small First School in Northumberland and ‘…she’s the most brilliant chef in the world’.
Not my words, the review of our next door neighbour describing her kid’s school dinners.
And it’s not her culinary talents that make her so brilliant. It’s her level of care.
One son doesn’t like beans, so she does a small pan of peas.
If it’s your birthday, she’ll bake a cake.
One snowy day, June walked 3 miles as she knew the school would close if they couldn’t provide a cooked lunch.
Does she need to? Of course not. I’m guessing your memory of school dinners involved two choices, like it or lump it. And speaking of lumps…
‘Well if I worked in a smaller school I would do that’, cries the cynical cook in a bigger school down the road.
‘If’ is one of the biggest barriers to brilliance.
If I had more time
If we had a bigger budget
If I were the boss
Waiting for if is like starting that diet… tomorrow.
Please don’t wait for if.
Be Brilliant – now!