A few weeks ago I returned home to find the postwoman had delivered this.......
I knew from the writing on the envolpe that it had been sent from Lizzie at The Pea Pod
A total suprise.
How cool is this. A spot of sunshine to brighten up a dull February.
Along with a stunning postcard showing some of Lizzie's work (remember my first Christmas presents of last year that never made it out of my cottage!!)
So I decided to put him in my porch - nice and safe, somewhere where I would see him every day when I picked up my gloves when I took Lily out...............
As you can see, he was a VERY happy bunny, but once I looked at this photo I thought I should better move him!!!!
So he ended up on my front door - perfect.
Just looking through my photos and came accross this photo of Mum (left) and my boss (middle). This is what must happen when you hit 60+ you get a job as a cleaner with attitude!!
And thanks to a comment on my last post from Clara this young man is on cat food, like it or lump it!! thank you so much for that Clara, I just never gave it a thought.
And a very good day taking my rubbish to the tip and coming home with someone elses rubbish for Joe's room.
On a totally different note............. I saw a job advertised in the paper and just rang up to find out about it. Apparently how I sounded on the phone got me an interview, how I smiled and chatted got me an offer of a job!!! (before the interview had finished!!) So now I am going to be a Senior carer in training at a residential home just at the back of my cottage. From almost begging to be put on an NVQ 2 at the home where I work and by the time I start it I will have been there 2 years!! To walking into a job where they think I would walk the level 2 so are putting me straight on the 3, along with POVA, Health and Safety, Fire, First Aid and any other training I want to do straight away!! But I am hoping that I can keep on my old job too as I couldn't imagine not seeing the residents, they become like your Grandparent's. I think being a carer is more about a way of life, it can't be just a job. So I am walking around a bit like a Cheshire Cat. Maybe I should have a bit more confidence in my abilities.
Have a great week!!