I always say that everyone has a story worth telling. Yet, somehow when it comes to myself I feel that I am rather unremarkable. However, I will try and convey some of my character as best as I can.
I am a mother of one and granny to two, and for some reason I am referred to by my grandchildren as Crazy granny Anna!
I have arguably dubious taste in music, (Bay City Rollers being my favourite since I was a teenager). I also love the work of Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott.
In the past I have worked in the hospitality industry, as well as in the elderly care sector. I have also worked in offices. Recently however, I realised that throughout my life, I had always just “fallen” into jobs. If I had any dreams or aspirations at all as a child, it was to be a Tiller Girl (google search if you have no idea what this is) but sadly, neither my physical build, nor my level of co-ordination were compatible with that ambition. So, as I approached my senior(ish) years, I made the decision to spend what was left of my life doing something that I found to be both enjoyable and rewarding.
I can think of nothing that meets those requirements more than being a Celebrant with the Caledonian Humanist Association. Being able play a small part in the marking of major life events, whether it is a marriage or the loss of a loved one is truly humbling and is without exception an absolute privilege.
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