What do you do to make a living or during the day if you are retired. If you are a student what are you studying?
For most of my working life I was a cleaner. For several years I worked for the city rail system in my former home town of Adelaide. When the cleaning was outsourced to private companies I decided to leave and after that I worked in hospitality cleaning at apartment hotels. I did that in Adelaide for a few years and found similar work in Hobart. When I started to have back troubles I gave it up and studied Business Administration and did volunteer work at our local radio station and later at a church near our home.
Now that Hubby is unwell my main job will be taking care of him. At the moment on days when I’m not hopping on the bus to Hobart to visit him I do housework, exercise Cindy, read and write blog posts on the computer and spend some time on my hobbies.
Have you ever participated in a distance walking, swimming, running, or biking event? Tell your story.
No, I’ve never done any of those things. I have never enjoyed playing sports, preferring to get my exercise through my daily life. Cleaning kept me active. I’ve gained weight since I stopped doing it for a living. I really don’t like participating in group events that involve getting hot and sweaty. I prefer taking long walks with a dog or a camera.
What is usually your first thought when you wake up?
What time is it? What day is it? What do I need to do today? And during the winter “It’s too cold to get out of bed yet.”
Complete this sentence: Look out behind you, it’s a …
police car. Hubby doesn’t speed and always made sure that the car is in good condition but doesn’t everyone get nervous when they see a patrol car in the rear view mirror?
Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
Hubby has had a setback recently and had to have some surgery so I wasn’t feeling particularly grateful or looking forward to anything last week. This week, thankfully he’s feeling a bit better and is in a ward with really nice nurses looking after him.
I’m not looking forward to anything specifically this week, just trying to make the best of things and stay positive.