Humans of the Wheatbelt – Kevin Holland

Humans of the Wheatbelt is an initiative run by the Wheatbelt Health Network.

Humans of the Wheatbelt is an initiative run by the Wheatbelt Health Network.

If anything goes wrong in your life – you say – that’s ok everything is really alright. I was born on the side of the road between Cunderdin and Meckering. My mother had 15 kids. We didn’t have a TV in those days.  I asked myself I wonder if I can make 70. I just keep going around and doing things and next year I will ask myself if I can make 80.  

I like to come to Little Athletics and blow the siren for junior football. I’m glad they moved Little Athletics from the high school. It’s better for me now.I can just walk over.

They call me Jaws at football because once I forgot my teeth and it stuck. I’m a lifetime member now for Northam Railways Football Club. I also do carpet bowels at the Northam Rec Centre.

The Share and Care bus is great. It picks me up and takes me shopping. I have to watch my sugar now. Its bingo night tonight. I really love it. 

Anna Cornish is the publicity officer at the Wheatbelt Health Network.