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  • May 4, 2015

Freedom From Work

Right now the cat is probably getting sick of me as being jobless means I’m home with him all day. Actually he likes it, Cassie would rather have her “me” time though.  But now I’m free? Free and broke. Does that = Freedom? Beats Braveheart’s fate I suppose.

Freedom from work is a nice perk for a little while though. Things I’ve found:

– no lines at the grocery store

– can out run all the old people at the grocery store

– no line up at the gas station

– no getting stuck in traffic

– no getting up early

– can come and go as I please

– appointments are easy to make, take the first one

– save on gas

– save on car wear and tear

I could go on for a while with the perk of no work. But the not so perk is of course no dough. So back to the grind I will be very soon, hopefully. Cassie will be happy, Orlin will be miffed and my bank account will rise. Now I shall go outrun the old people.

P.S. With no work writing can sure be a perk. Next week something big will come out. Biggest thing I have ever done. May 11th is the day. I need a huge break after doing that.

Have you ever had the perk of a break from work? Is it really freedom if you’re broke? I don’t worry about it, something will show. Hey, maybe I’ll hit a million book sales? (yeah right) Until then, away I go.

Enjoy life, forget the strife.



2015-05-04 22:26:43 Reply

Positives and negatives to being unemployed. Sometimes it can be advantageous.

    Pat Hatt

    2015-05-04 22:29:53 Reply

    That there are indeed


2015-05-05 20:22:15 Reply

So sorry to hear about the loss of your job, but I hope this means something bigger and better is around the corner, and this is besides your May 11 scoop.

My better half has been out of work for a few months now, and he can get pretty discouraged. But he keeps trying; hopefully something will come along for both of you soon.

    Pat Hatt

    2015-05-05 23:36:06 Reply

    Hopefully that is so, we shall see. Something has to come along sooner or later.

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