A life in the day of .... A hairdresser

On principle, I wake up at 6.30 a.m in the morning. I wash my face and have breakfast with my wife and two children. We normally have bread and milk. Before leaving for work, I always take time to talk to my children because I sometimes find them a sleep when am from work at night. At a half past seven, that is when I leave home and head to work. It takes me 45 minutes to reach there by foot. I don’t take a motor bike or go with a taxi. The money I save can be spent on things for my house and family. The day is slow to start. There’s plenty of time to chat with my colleagues.
In action: Bosco Ngendahimana. (Photo/E. Mucunguzi).
In action: Bosco Ngendahimana. (Photo/E. Mucunguzi).

On principle, I wake up at 6.30 a.m in the morning. I wash my face and have breakfast with my wife and two children. We normally have bread and milk. Before leaving for work, I always take time to talk to my children because I sometimes find them a sleep when am from work at night. At a half past seven, that is when I leave hdeave204@yahoo.com

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