Over a month I've been sick and worried about work and I finally started it and it's going really well! I really think this job could be the career I should go down. I'm enjoying it so far and I don't mind being at the bottom of the ladder to do the simple tasks. Playing games with the kids is just really fun. I don't even see it as a job sometimes. I'm barely looking at the clock. I gain some kind of confidence in this job that I've never had. I feel that I'm respected and liked by the kids where
Well I managed to get the job and they have already started investing in me. I have a list of training courses thrown at me till November and I guess I'll have more to do within December or throughout 2014. I've also got the big task of doing my big Level 2 qualification alongside these small training certificates. I'm really happy to know I'm finally being looked after by a couple of mentors already, but I petrified of being a failure. I really don't want to turn out to be a terrible role model
I've been in a horrible mood all morning. Not speaking, hiding underneath the covers, physically shaking and worrying like mad. I haven't had this since the last time when my mood and health spiralled right down. But "Missus Davie" has been with me all day and I found out I wasn't the only one who was in bed. She has a horrible phobia of being sick and she was shaking for hours on end. In the end I had to abandoned my black cloud to brighten her dark cloud. I think we've pulled each other
Is it better to have loads of friends who you may not see often or a small group of friends who you would honestly and unselfishly do jobs and tasks for? I have a friend who is 40 years older than I am and I'm sure many others do, but he really is what I'd call a "friend". I would go out my way to do things he wanted or needed help with. I wish I could have friends my own age who I could relate to in this way. But as a welsh lad growing up with others in the 21st century, it's very hard
I really do hope organised religion will slowly crumble away at the end of my life, at least in the United Kingdom. Imagine a world without these evil brainwashing co-operations...A world where terrorists and thugs couldn't hide behind the safeness of religion and where over 2000 years of religious war could crumble. Hmm, nice to dream.