When I say volunteer with elderly: what rushes into your mind?

Do you think Warehouse jobs?

How bout delivery?

Truck driving?

When I say working with the elderly I think of none of those!

Are people brain dead?

When I say Ill help you give me a job!

I’m saying let me work!

Does no one speak American any more?

State Farm insurance told me before Christmas they’d call me this afternoon at 430!

I turn my cell phone on!

Someone not them called me!

I hung up,

If I wanted to go through Jack Ass I would have contacted them!

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Val's Whitewolf Media Anchor PodCast. I write here on WordPress. I believe that everyone should tell their story and that every book is a learning tool that will help those of us who are writers become better at our craft.I'm learning plus becoming more confident as an empath its important to share and touch with my heart others harmed by others words. I sell books on Pango.

12 thoughts on “When I say volunteer with elderly: what rushes into your mind?

  1. The first thing I thought when you said “volunteer with the elderly” at first I thought someone wanted to volunteer to help the elderly. A job that someone does without pay to help elderly people, like washing their clothes or cleaning house or cooking for them, etc.

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  2. How do you “help a person give you a job”? Do the paperwork for them and hire your self without them lifting a finger or you calling whomever that you’re on your way to the job site?

    I wouldn’t understand your meaning if you had told me that.

    I would ask the person if they had any jobs that I could do to earn money.

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      1. She longs to be near her family. But she’s not longing to live with her son. She likes alone time but also enjoys activities with her son.

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      2. Yes thats right she irritates me when she thinks shes the only one who can travel because married Paul. When she won’t come to visit because she acts like low rent housing is all I should have ever had and should have been happy there to death.

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