This evening, I have a job interview with a Secondary School in Dungiven. It’s for a Clerical role. Should I get the job, I will be able to get the Belfast to Derry bus at 7:35 in Toome park-and-ride and get off at Dungiven at 8:10. That time for the bus was also relatively new by Translink. So much for the bleak future post-Brexit. :p
I’ve learned not to give up hope. For so long I was stranded and feeling alone in this world. But, now, I see things in a brighter light. Even if I don’t get this job, there is a job club starting tomorrow morning with Specialisterne NI. BYOMB. (Bring your own MacBook)
My Cholesterol is still high, plus there’s slight gum disease around my wisdom teeth. But I am learning to become more proactive in settling these issues. Plus, I’m managing the inclement weather well.
I was conked out at 6:30 pm yesterday and slept until 12:40 am. It was one of those evenings that didn’t exist for me. But I am grateful for the internet to keep me occupied. W00t. 🙂
This morning I will be seeing the hygienist for my teeth. Then I have a dentist appointment on Friday morning; the two appointments are separate because I had initially prepared for the Cloud Academy I had an interview for a fortnight ago but didn’t get.
Also, on Monday I got a letter saying that our tax return form wasn’t submitted. I sorted that out yesterday. Also, I went to see my occupational therapist yesterday. But the appointment was for the eighteenth of AUGUST. My bad. 🙂
It’s Wednesday, cold and wet outside. But I feel that things are beginning to settle down. Gran will be home from Hospital tomorrow, after six whole weeks, and my finances are beginning to look rosier. Today is the day the Co-Operative Bank branch in Belfast closes. Fortunately I have closed that account. Currently I’m dealing with a Cashplus account and an account with Nationwide Building Society in Ballymena.
I found out about edible cutlery made at the behest of an Indian Entrepreneur. Yesterday I emailed him about the idea. It would be great to bring the concept here considering all the Hot Food counters in Northern Ireland. Plus, plastic cutlery is likely to increase the risk of cancer.
Just have to keep knocking on doors until I receive a miracle.