It's a sore thing to do between such near friends; but if I get the dirdum of this dreadful accident, I'll have to fend for myself
"My daughter shouted, 'They're going to kill Daddy' as I was covered in blood, but the worst thing was that nobody budged, nobody came to my aid; I was left to fend for myself
. If I had fallen on the [ground], I think they would have finished me off."
I know I can still work and fend for myself
. I can look after cats and dogs as I am very good with them.
read it I'M not sure I would survive if I had to fend for myself
in the wilderness.
"Michelle was offered a place in a homeless hostel but because I was not a drunk, a druggie or gay, I was told to go and fend for myself
I didn't have my brothers to help me out anymore, so I had to grow up fast and fend for myself
"I feel almost grown up now that I have to fend for myself
When I cast my vote, its in the expectation that my MP will represent my interests at Westminster, not that he or she will take the money and run, leaving me to fend for myself
. ALAN DIXON, Newcastle
"I now have to fend for myself
with no financial help for my treatment."
"Apart from being a great cricket education, it was my first time away from home - and I had to grow up and learn to fend for myself
I received little assistance from my school (Melbourne High) and had to fend for myself
in terms of career development, as most young people did in the 1970s before the advent of careers advisers in schools.
Here I was told to fend for myself
as we were invited to another house for turkey dinner later.
For three years I had to fend for myself
as a private consultant and then in February 2000, I got the position of Environmental Commissioner of Ontario.
Luckily, though, my dad is a really great parent, so I've never felt I was left to fend for myself
However, like many other teachers, I was left to fend for myself
; the culture of my school did not support interaction and collaboration among teachers.