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To be honest for me it couldn't have come at a better time, being stuck in a job i no longer enjoy i think ive been on a slippery slope for longer than i thought so when i was furloughed just over 4 weeks ago i could have jumped for joy.
fortunately my garage is at home so im lucky to be able to crack on with my car, although some key parts are still with the power coaters, i'm managing to keep the parts slowly flowing in, i think the post offiice are getting ****ed off cos they only come twice a week now, but its like christmas when they do, lol, at least ive managed to stay busy.
Cant say its been easy, my dad died the same day my wifes Horse had to be put down, then a week later my daughters guinea pig had to be put down, a right mixture of emotions, and not being able to hug my mum due to this f*cking situation, attending the funeral with only family, such a bizarre situation. not even a cup of tea afterwards.
Keeping a close eye on wifey and grown kids who still llive at home, think were all managing ok.
Last edited by rodster; 27-04-2020 at 20:40.
If quitters never win, and winners never cheat, then who is the fool who said "Quit while you're ahead"
Guys and Girls...
There is an organisation run with the NHS called Healthy Minds. They run various types of support services mostly depending on your needs and help you might need. Its free and they offer very good advice -counselling -support etc.
Just google the title and find the local one in your area. Numbers email address etc on there website.
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