and spent some lovely time in the garden as well.
Now I’ve got a part-time job, yippee… that’s good news.
Things come together don’t they. First you have no job, then the temp agency say, ‘can you go and be a receptionist for a day at
the place you went last time. They asked for me again, so that was special. I said yes. That will be next Tuesday for the day.
Then I had an interview yesterday, and the lady rang me today to say, ‘we want to offer you the job.’ So I’m thrilled.
I go to the bosses house by seven o’clock in the morning, then we go out in a
van and clean all kinds of offices, like doctors’, call centre places, and others. I remember when I worked in the call centre, a group
I sometimes used to think, wish I had that job, would be better than trying to fix
someone’s computer problem on the phone.’ So now I will be one of those… Normally at that time in a morning, I’m on the treadmill at
the gym, but will be exercising so can’t be bad.
Busy writing an article now for the Writing Magazine. I’ve also discovered a new writer. She writes the kind of stories I like, gossipy village stories. I’m reading Country Wives, and she is Rebecca Shaw
It’s one of the Barleybridge vets practice ones. The characters are good, and the story is lovely.
Have a good rest of the week, whatever you may be doing.