to give homemaking aide another chance. I like him, the cat likes him, and he is doing a really good job after I show him how to do things. Once I’ve shown him everything, maybe it will go well. Right now I am already exhausted. LOL He is a really nice kid, and I was feeling really bad about possibly getting him fired, so I opted to try some more. I am having a relatively good day, but I am going to need a long lie-down after he leaves.
He’ll be well trained when you’re done with him!
I’m glad I kept him, even though it is exhausting having him here. Today I needed to clean my fans, and could not unscrew them. Not only did he unscrew one (the other is sitting with 3-in-one oil on the screws), he cleaned it til it looks like new. Seriously. I told him I am keeping him, and he gave me a big smile. I am understanding him much better, too. Hooray! Also, go to the doctor, for pete’s sake.
Where did you say he is from?
Nigeria. He is going to college in Providence.
I once knew someone from Nigeria. The accent does take a bit of getting used to. 🙂
I cannot make heads nor tails out of most of what he says, which is too bad, because he’s really nice and probably interesting. 🙂
maybe you could ask him to speak slower until you get used to his accent…? Tell him that with your brain fog it makes it hard to decipher what he’s saying.
I DID got to the dr.