IN TRANSIT

I’m writing this post from an apartment in Rome…and I think that sentence is pretty indicative of just how much my life has changed in the last few months.

 

A little over three weeks ago I worked my last shift for the Royal District Nursing Service. Appropriately, my last patient was a call-out for wound care, and it felt strange yet oddly satisfying to finish the dressing, pack away my equipment, and farewell the patient knowing, for a short while at least, I wouldn’t be doing that sort of work anymore. That from that point on, my time was my own.

I haven’t been unemployed since, at fifteen, I begun work at a supermarket called Bi-Lo. The fact that that supermarket no longer exists is a sign that a break was overdue.

So yesterday (or perhaps it was the day before – I crossed a timeline and got all messed up), I packed the essentials for living into a bag – for those of you playing at home, the essentials for living weighed fourteen kilograms – and left Australia for foreign shores. To live. For a while, at least.

I figured the change in life warranted a change in the layout of the website, hence the modern new look you’re presently enjoying.

 

Be prepared for a barrage of travel posts…

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5 comments

  1. sue robb · July 18, 2015

    Can’t wait for more

  2. Chrsitopher Robb · July 19, 2015

    Hi Jon…
    Wishing you the experiences of a lifetime….
    Looking forward to the barrage…
    Uncle C.

  3. rob kelly · July 21, 2015

    Good luck Jon. Have fun

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