Well my training finished today so tomorrow I am being let loose on real live people. It’s a scary prospect, here’s hoping for the time to pass quickly and without any tricky customers. I might not be looking forward to working weekends but my bank account may be a little happier in a few weeks time.
I’m still applying for other jobs with hours that suit the family better. Keep your fingers crossed that tomorrow goes well and something more convenient comes along soon…
I’ll let you know if anything happens/changes.
I’m still working on my film list and reading challenge, both are coming along well.
Where did it go ! The month seems to have flown by and quite a few things happened which kept it interesting.
We started the year with a broken boiler, thankfully it was replaced quickly and without us being without heating or hot water for very long.
The job hunting was still ongoing, applications being sent everywhere, every day and with very little in response. Then one of my old employers died and at the funeral a chance encounter led to a job offer. I met with my new employer and within a couple of hours I was registered for classroom training, online training and my work rota organised. I spent a good few hours doing the online training, thankfully my previous employment had prepared me well for this tedious task.
As well as my old employer we also lost my great uncle, a lovely man who is now reunited with the love of his life.
I spent an evening at the ballet – Giselle – with my mum. Not a ballet either us had seen before, it was very enjoyable. We also bought our tickets to Matthew Bourne’s production of the red shoes for later in the year, super excited !
A few good days out to some new places and some old favourites, mostly alone, the Lady Lever art gallery, Sudley house, World museum, St Georges hall and The Walker art gallery. Not bad for one month.
I’ve also been reading tons, watching films and updating all my challenge lists. more details to follow ….
I hope your January has been a good one x