My support worker's just been round. We have such interesting chats he and I about the society we live in. I don't tell him I write a blog and although some of what I'm told I keep to myself, for his opinions on the state of things are also mine and you get mine, other things I can't help but note.
Like erm, being told the support system's been revamped and a dozen front line workers have lost their jobs and half the managerial have lost theirs too. My support worker had to re-apply for his position and I told him I was so grateful he was still around because he is the very best that I have met.
I couldn't do his job, I've said that before. Spend my days talking to people like me being unable to help them.
Of course my support worker does help me, even though in terms of voluntary work and training I am able to help myself. He is someone I can bang on to about housing because it dominates my mind and depresses all my friends.
Still, I believe it is in "the public interest" to say some stuff and while I'm so frightened of my son's future with me, well it's the moment to voice it I suppose isn't it?
Argh, this morning I've been reading an excellent post by Gappy about privacy. It got me thinking that I still don't know who reads this and unlike other bloggers, have no idea how to track it.
Should I worry?