Life Story

When I'm Sixty Five

When I’m Sixty Five

This about my life.  It might not be accurate, but it includes my hopes and dreams.

It all started, well you know, with the whole birth and stuff, but let’s just skip over that part.

From 2009 to 2014 I want to Glenview Primary School.  Then came Melville Intermediate for two years.  From 2017-2023 I attended Melville High.  I did really well even though the work was really hard.

After High School I had my dream job in mind, so I set out to find an S.P.C.A.  I was looking and looking and the only one I found was in Frankton.  I thought about it and knew it was the right job for me.  The first day was like your first day of school and you don’t want to leave your mum and dad.  Well instead of your mum and dad it’s your car.  But I was a big girl and walked in.  After three months of training I was a master and I loved animals more and more everyday.  I grew a special love for a few cats and one dog.

I was still only young and lonely and I needed a man.  It was my friend’s sweet sixteen and she invited everyone from our old school, so all my old crushes were there.  I got to see all my old friends. I thought this party couldn’t get any better… but it did.

Now this is the part where I meet my husband.  This is important so read this carefully. I thought this party couldn’t get any better, but it did! My BIGGEST crush (now husband) came and started talking to me. One of my old friends purposely pushed me him into me.  I dropped my purse and went to pick it up and so did he.  As soon as we picked up everything we came up at the same time and we looked into each others eyes and, well one thing led to another, and now we have been happily married for forty two years.

We have one boy and two girls, but I have more than three babies. My cats and dog mean sooo much to me and my husband too.

I still work at the S.P.C.A. , but because my kids had to go to university I had to get a new job to help pay for it.  Now I run a successful business selling pets and pet products to loving owners.

Now I’m cooped up in my home, old and rickety, but still loving life just the way it is.

by Kylie