Today I went to the doctors surgery. I was phoned and asked to check the letter (doctors report) to my employer. It’s been 12 months since my breakdown you see, and I haven’t worked since then but technically I’m still “employed”.
So proud of my Mr Smartie Pants, we got a letter this weekend saying he was one of the boys accepted in to (in my opinion) the best school in the area. One of the reasons we bought this house was the number of schools nearby, some better than others, much better. A Boys only Grammar school. From what D has said it seems only he and one other boy in his school were actually selected by the grammar school. Gold star for my Son!!! Go D!!! Its brilliant news, I thought I had messed up my lads chances, as the entrance exam was on the weekend back in October when I wanted to throw myself from windows. I refused to accompany him to the exam as I couldn’t face going outside, I let him down. Thankfully his Dad took him there and waited to pick him up after […]
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Sent to the lovely Tommys.org staff, not a rant at them… just getting it off my chest. Sent: 15 April 2008 21:40 To: Midwife Subject: Hiya, my employers are pushing me too hard. Can you help me? Hello, Firstly thank you so much for having the ask a midwife bit on your website. 😀 I work at ********. I was working at a branch 5 miles from where I live, cycling each day. When I was planning a family I requested a transfer to my nearest store, that’s about a mile away. Since moving there, I told them as soon as it was confirmed by doctors, that I was pregnant. That was around 5 to 7 weeks into pregnancy. I’m now 6 months preg, my work load is increasing, rather than respecting that I’m preg and giving me slightly less work. I feel its sexual discrimination if I’m honest. My […]