I got fired yesterday. Never got fired before, I guess so be it. Then as I was cutting grass, I ran over the leash of the puppy. She's fine, but the mower is jacked. Wire and a spinning blade just don't seem to mix.
Again, so be it.
So I tried to cancel the long distance on my phone today and they were going to charge me 5 bucks to do it.
5 bucks to cancel!!!
I'm just complaining.
" Some people never go crazy. What truly horrible lives they must lead." Bukowski
Isn't that always the way, things happen in 3's. Well try to be possative & hopefully a new job will come your way soon, the mower-well could have been worse I guess. As for the $5 cancellation fee that is just rediculas. Sorry you are having a crappy time
we all need to vent from time to time. Just remember, things can only get better. When a door closes, a window opens. Just don't jump out of it and you should be fine. If bad things come in 3's then you're done. God (Big G) Bless
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You're not alone. I've received notification that my job is being eliminated, and I still have the jacked up dog leash in my garage. Mine was a vinyl coated cable. The thing got twisted up under all three blades and the vinyl coating got melted into globs. I ended up removing the blades and scraping the vinyl/cable from the spindles. Good luck, I'm with ya.
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Been down that road before too about 3 years ago.... it's a real bummer at first, but got to play Mr. Mom for about 3 month before another job came along, with better pay and better hours.... ya might not think so now... I certainally didn't then, but you'll look back down the road and be thankful it happened.
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Caught in a downsizing myself a few years back. Little tough at the beginning but keeping positive helped alot. And realizing you are not alone in your search for new employment is important too.
Many areas have organizations where you can go to get information on jobs, resume writing and just general support. It's also a time to people network (I hated that part ) but it's an important part of the process and can be quite beneficial.
The beauty of the Internet too is you can search and apply for jobs any time of the day. Less actual knocking on doors.
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