Busy Monday

Today, I attended an Employability Training Class, went to the Chemist in Coagh – to gather meds – as well as walk to a shop and back then do laundry. I was pretty productive. Plus, I even got time to set up questions for a Zoom Quiz this coming Saturday night. However, I won’t go out of my way to be Halloween-specific. (Good Catholic Boy, me! lol)

Last Saturday, I went to Mass in Moortown. Then I had Half-Chicken-Fried_Rice and Half-Chips with gravy at The Diamond Chinese. My Quiz team won last Saturday night afterwards. 😀

I now have to stop chasing jobs, and focus on the retraining. Plus, I may get a placement out of it. Here’s hoping:

Tunes:

Getting my Car Repaired (plus more signs of hope)

On Monday I will pay McMaster’s Autos the £400 to get my boot door, bumper and bottom of my car’s rear fixed. The past four weeks have been daunting, but I have come out smiling. 🙂

Yesterday I was at Glasgowbury for a creative skills session. I now wanna sign up for the Graphic Design and Photography, plus I’m gonna pitch a script for a minute-long; if it even is that; Comedy Short based on an outlandish ‘Culchie’ with exploits in his travels. (warning: it wouldn’t be for the easily offended)

Also, I have TWO Interview offers. One for an Admin role in a place between Ballygawley and Aughnacloy; an hour’s drive, so I’ll hope the car will be ready on Tuesday. The other is for an ICT Assistant at a School in Lisburn. Not only that, but I have an offer for voluntary work at a local Advice Centre. I’ll see how I get on on next Wednesday’s Interview first before I commit.

Becoming more visible has helped improve my outlook and it shows in offers for work. 🙂 However, I may require a guarantor for my Rent/Supported Living costs should I work full time.