Keeping Me Warm Throughout Winter

I am allowed to sit down and read at quiet times during my new job (when any work that needs doing is completed).  I have started to make sure there is a book in my bag.

Well, I decided that I would take my journal from the time I spent out in Ghana to work with me and I am reading through it laughing and smiling, sometimes tears welling up at such brilliant memories I have recorded with colourful detail.

There is so much in there…and I fully intend to share some of it with you in future posts. It’s something I have wanted to do for a long time, but I think now is the right time. I am sure that dwelling on our warm and colourful experiences in Ghana, will help me to endure the cold grey winter ahead.

6 thoughts on “Keeping Me Warm Throughout Winter

    1. Years ago a guy paid me £15 per hour to be present on his business premises in case any customers came in or in case the phone rang.
      In the nine weeks I worked for him, I served about two customers and everytime the phone rang it was the owner of the company. He told me to bring a book or I would be bored out of my mind!
      We have very busy times in my current job, but there is a lull mid-afternoon where we can make a cuppa and have a read. It’s nice.

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