Simon says I have to get real and accept that not everyone (not most people in fact) think like me and that they are paid the minimum wage to do the bare minimum amount in the small time they have got. They get a pasty out of the freezer, job done, that's Nick's lunch. On to the next client. But I did the same job once upon a time and I always went the extra yard. Why can't they?
Why can't they use some f***ing common sense and at least defrost the bloody thing in the microwave? How hard would it be to look in the fridge and see the potato salad or the cooked broccoli or the microwavable baked beans?
And while they're at it, how hard would it f***ing be to wipe the kitchen floor? When I arrived, Nick had already been in there for an early slug of wine and spilled quite a lot of it in the process. Are they not supposed to look out for trip and slip hazards???
Nick is so vulnerable and they just don't seem to get it.
And yet they are coming as and when they're supposed to, they are kind enough as far as I can see, and until the council pulls its finger out with the possibility of Direct Payments we don't have much choice in the matter.
It's just not the way I would wish things to be done, and Nick is too polite or too foggy headed or too pissed to put up any objection.
I feel cranky, upset, and just throughly infuriated.