Oct 16, 2019
My last day is Oct 31, 2019. They didn’t give me a hard time at the office…they know what Caregiver burnout is, and know not to push someone. Albeit, they have pushed me into working when I really didn’t want to. But…when this is far enough behind me, I will tell you more of my experiences there (mostly good).
I think you will see my posts change for the better from here on out! I won’t be stressed like I have been for the last couple of months. That’s my hope anyway! I don’t plan on going straight into another job either. Take some time and get back to myself, and really focus on my art.
My boyfriend doesn’t know that this is my plan. He wants me to go straight into something else. I just can’t, not right now. And with winter coming… maybe by Christmas. But I’m thinking longer. We will get through this…for the better!
But anyway, on to what this post is really about…
I told you I had this and here it is! I know I put the 2019 copyright date on it, but it was taken probably somewhere around 2003. I’m guessing my son is 4 or 5 in this picture (when he was in 1st grade I started letting him grow out his hair – and he hasn’t had short hair since!).
“I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book.”
~ Groucho Marx
Tomorrow is National Pasta Day (while we find noodles all over the world, pasta is a type of noodle of traditional Italian cuisine. The first reference dates to 1154 in Sicily and was first attested to in English in 1874), National Mulligan Day (in golf, a mulligan happens when a player gets a second chance to perform a specific move or action. The day offers an opportunity for giving yourself a second chance or, as some people call it, a “do-over.”), and National Edge Day (promotes a movement of youth refraining from using alcohol, tobacco, and other recreational drugs).
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