Quote of the Moment

"What's Past Is Prologue." - William Shakespeare

Monday, May 10, 2004

Well, I found out this past Thursday that I will be out of a job as of July 1. The library I work at has decided to outsource the cataloging, so mine and my boss's positions are being eliminated.

I know I didn't like the day job, but I needed the money. Although, now I'm considering collecting unemployment for a couple months so I can work on my writing. And maybe find a job I enjoy more - in the writing field. My husband says it's my decision. How'd I get such a supportive husband (even though he's not making much money where he's at, so that's the major stress). If I had kids, I'd really be in deep shit.

All this has put a big damper on my writing. I didn't finish the rough draft of my novel yet. I've been too apathetic. I guess I need to get my ass in gear though. If I wander in delirium and depression for too long, I won't get any writing done. Although, I am formulating a story with lovable Grinka, Syndago, Tamor, and Tamara. It involves the Immortal Library - which will of course no longer be standing after they leave. A bus make plow through it too, I'm not sure (Immortal Express? When it takes 10 hours for an hour long trip...).

*Sigh* Okay, back to "work." Talk about awkward for the next two months. I feel like I'm going to throw up...

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