Interview at a welfare facility today/今日は福祉施設で面接

in Hive JA4 months ago

This photo is a view of Sankyozawa, where the facility is located.

Last Saturday I went to visit my father who is in a nursing home. The stories my sister told me about my father indicated that his health condition was dire. In particular, the fact that my father had also suffered a stroke and was blind in his left eye due to nerve damage in his brain depressed me even more. There are many more, but I won't write them here.

As long as I don't think about my father and sister, I personally lead a happy life, and the abdominal pain that has plagued me since January 3 has subsided.

Today I went to a welfare facility in Sankyozawa. it is January and there is no snow. It is cold. When I arrived at the facility and knocked on the office door to open it, the staff member in charge of me brought a thermometer and measured my temperature: 36.4°C. Normal. Recently one of my Facebook friends has been infected with COVID-19, so I knew I had to be on my guard.

I waited for a while, and when the time came, I went to the interview room with the staff. We talked about our recent situation. The content of our conversation was so varied that I forgot what we talked about. Yes, she was happy when I told her that I had mailed my artwork for the Japan Independent Exhibition yesterday and that the preparations for the exhibition were now complete.

After the interview, on my way home, I had cheese toast and tea as lunch at Hachiman Doutor, which was about to close on February 2.

This is, well, my daily life. Thanks for reading.