Leo, I think this was unfair based on the fact that you were not there. You brought me to your parents home (whom I wasn't really able to communicate with) and you left the same day and never returned.
I was always asking if they needed help, to which they told me “No! it’s ok,” until I asked so much that they started acting as though I was annoying them. There was no scheduled eating times, I ate when I was given food and told to eat. I never “ate in the middle of my shift” unless they told me to. Mary told me to be there at 7.30, to serve breakfast every morning, and at 20.00 for dinner. In the morning, George would tell me “It’s ok” and tell me to have coffee and sit, so that’s what I did. At dinner time, at 20.00 I was there, ready to serve the guests. Once the guests were sat down and settled, Mary would start making food for me, and then tell me to go eat. I would eat quickly and wait for 22.00 to start cleaning the plates. When she told me what to do, I did it. I did everything I was told to do, which wasn’t much. Most of the time I was standing there watching. That’s why I decided to leave because it didn’t seem like they needed me anyways. And with two new volunteers on the way, it really seemed like there would be too many people trying to figure out something to do. I was always trying to be helpful.