Haiku list about my day last Saturday (06 May 2017)

Turkish Barbershop!

Waiting for the opening!

Need to get a shave!

Drive home to Ardboe!

Avoiding approaching car!

Home from Old Coagh Road!

Using Ubuntu!

Using LibreOffice there!

And also use Skype!

Laundry on the line!

Gorgeous day for drying them!

Got them dried today!

Getting my car washed!

Only cost me four quid, like!

Then to Coagh Chemist!

Waiting to pass time!

Clearing out my mental block!

Keeps me occupied!

Newport County safe!

Was an almighty battle!

Winning goal near end!

Shopping at Lidl!

Drove to Cookstown yet again!

Got what I needed!

Blogged about a job!

Brother offering me his!

Great minds think alike!

Marks and Spencer tracks!

Research new song name online!

Posted from YouTube!

Talk to Skype buddy!

Needs pain killers for migraines!

Giving up smoking!

Barber’s TV on!

Car renovation program!

Fixing GTI!

Living quiet life!

No local shenanigans!

Cleaner tells me all!

Last ditch call on phone!

Talking to support worker!

Let her know job news!

Preparing for bed!

Had a nice relaxing day!

On my iPad now!

House is still pristine!

Didn’t even need effort!

Just don’t do too much!

Approaching the endgame

My brother, who was working for Marks and Spencer in Cookstown and is set to begin both a placement and scholarship with Randox Laboratories in Crumlin – County Antrim, is considering offering me his job. His manager will speak to me some time next week. However, the most important thing is not to look a gift horse in the mouth and continue applying for other jobs in the meantime.

However this will be a golden opportunity to ask for what I need. Learning to stand on my own two feet has matured me and all the trials and tribulations I had to endure beforehand have allowed me to become more productive. It’s like Parkinson’s Law – work extends to meet deadline. Perhaps my university degree wasn’t such a waste of time after all.

Becoming a valuable asset in the place I worked at in Magherafelt and my domestic chores mean that I am a good worker and can adapt to changing situations. No more lallygagging anymore. 🙂

Also, I can use my Asperger’s to my advantage as my employment advisor could explain to my brother’s manager how it affects me in a working environment. It would be more ‘show me, tell me’.

Light at the end of the tunnel?