I was having a chat with a friend of mine about this topic and it inspired this next post…
Footballers are paid £250,000 a week. Yes, £250,000 a week to kick a football around. However, doctors on the NHS are paid next to nothing a year. They’re saving lives all day, yet cuts are affecting their salaries.
This is actually worrying. The fact that talented individuals are paid more than educated and selfless health professionals who save lives each day? In my opinion, that’s an injustice.
I’m not saying footballers should not be paid that much, that’s none of my business. They’re worthy in their own rights. However, if that’s the case, health professionals on the NHS should be paid just as much, if not more.
NHS doctors and nurses are incredible. They not only save lives every day, but they’re on call round the clock, providing a level of care that goes above and beyond their job specification and pay-check. They’re heroes. Real heroes.
To the doctors and nurses who’re still working in the NHS despite cuts, thanks. Without you, we all wouldn’t be able to function.
‘Legasus’ Fashion is launching, soon. I will be customising and selling garments, all proceeds will go towards funding arthritis research. @ArthritisUK.
Watch this space.
This year, I have been opening my cupboards and drawers in search of clothes I have not worn in ages.
It works! I found ALL my Christmas sweaters, and I’m wearing one a day (and have been since mid-November). Only God can judge me. 😆 We all sin differently. 😝 Thanks! ☺️
Don’t forget to wear your Christmas jumper on the 14th of December.
Alternatively, you can do a ‘Mii and start wearing it earlier – I’d love you for it… On the off-chance that we go to hell for it, at least we’ll be going there together. Two heads are better than one, and all that!
I love you,
Winter warmers? Check.
Christmas decorations? Check.
Have a good winter season, folks!
Yes, I have begun to take care of my hair. Thanks for noticing. Red hair, still care.