It’s a Thursday morning, walking down to Rachael’s 1 bed house, I reminisce on how few months ago, meeting Rachael in the morning would have been at our head office and more often later than 11am. It seemed to me like yesterday that Rachael moved from Mullane House, our youth project to the Women’s house, one of our Move-On project. She completed the Resettlement program and got herself a place to call “home sweet home”.It is 10.30am and I am the one that's late, rushing around. She welcomed me into a very beautiful, comfy living room. She's made it her own, very homely. I am looking around and notice few additions since the last time I visited. She tells me how excited she is to have her own washing machine and a hoover (she hoovers twice a day, not that the carpet needs it!). She is very house proud!
She offers me a cup of coffee and we sit down in her sofa for a chat and here is what we talked about:
It was a pleasure to see Rachael again and I think I can talk for all of us at Threshold to say that we are all very proud of how far she has come. We wish you all the best and can’t wait to meet you again!