Positive Things

Since October I’ve been doing work training three days a week, and lately four days a week. It’s all part of my working towards coming back to a normal life. There’s now talk of me actually getting a one year contract, which means I might actually get paid for the work that I do. Actual money! That would be so awesome.

If there are no issues, the idea is that I start the contract on 16 April (since my official work training ends on 15th). I really hope there aren’t any problems. But there are a lot of rules and regulations with these things since it’s a special contract due to my health issues. Fingers crossed though. Hopefully I’ll know in the next few weeks.

Another positive thing (for me at least), is that next Friday (21st), the boyfriend is coming to visit for a week. We’re making a conscious effort to see each other more often, and are doing quite well I think. Last time we saw each other was when I visited him in mid-January.

It’s a funny thing though… The more we see each other, the more difficult it is to be apart. I don’t recommend a long-distance relationship to anyone, but it can be done. I think we’ve proven that since it’s now 2½ years since our first meeting. It’s definitely not something we want to continue for too much longer though. Eventually someone is going to have to move (most likely me).

Anyway, for now, I’m just going to feel happy about the positive things in my life. I may have a paid employment soon, and the boyfriend is coming to visit. Two very positive things!

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Positive Things — 4 Comments

  1. Sweden has one of the highest qualities of life,though! I mean, the UK isn’t bad, but it’s not as good as Sweden. You should convince him to move there! Pull up all those studies that compare countries and show how awesome Sweden is.

    • Ha! I wish that would work *lol*

      Sadly he has the whole language excuse. I know English whereas he doesn’t know Swedish. So finding a job here could be quite difficult, and not he’s overly keen on since he’s been in the same company for a long time and kind of likes it there. While I’m not really in a position to support anyone while they look for a job. So, England it is I suspect. At least it’s close enough that I can visit Sweden at least a couple of times a year. 🙂

      • Okay, the language thing I admit I forgot about because I am a total noob at life, I think. I know they speak Swedish in Sweden, but I think my brain died this morning. I wrote the comment before my caffeine hit, is my excuse!

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