One of the carers said, to anyone who could hear her, "I'm not in the mood for THIS today".
She is a new recruit and totally needed the piss taking out of her.
"maybe you need a new career, luv. Cos i have to put up with this everyday." I said.
If looks could kill she'd be on a murder charge right now.
She was brought right down to earth, though. Where she belongs to be. Not every carer has the ability to smile. Some take things much too seriously.
I NEVER take things too seriously. It's the only time i get to have a laugh. Well that isn't strictly true. I laugh when someone says "no worries" or "to be honest". It's just my sense of humour. "No worries" is a way of saying "it's okay". "to be honest" is so ridiculous. I mean, aren't you ALWAYS honest?
I hate it when the carers whisper. They do it for a reason and if they feel they HAVE to whisper they should go to another room and do it there instead.
They really get on my nerves when they don't think we count enough to have an opinion about anything.
They just do what they want and never ask if we mind. why should they ask? We're only disabled. If you thought you could rely on the carers, you can think again. A lot of the time you're stuck on your own to fight your own battles. That's just the way it is.
Not all carers are the same. I'm sorry for giving you that impression. Some are really to be admired. Asking anything of them is never enough. They really ARE stars and we should always remember that.
It's really hard to think that i'll finish my life in this condition, but i don't let it worry me. I never have done.
Looking ahead, the queen can't have much time left before she says good-bye to this world. I didn't mean that to sound disrespectful even though it sonds as if i did. As to the future of blogging it too must have a bit of a dwindling life-span. Who knows what will happen?