The first Monday of my unemployment was amazing.
I’d like to thank my good friend, Rocky, for helping my husband to secure a quick consulting assignment in Rhode Island. Unemployment feels good, but it feels much better when the husband is earning money. I need to be kept in clover.
I am living in a house with four cats, three televisions, and two computers. That means all kinds of craziness like laying on the couch, taking naps, and watching C-Span.
It’s a tough life, and I’d like to thank Rocky for supporting my new, full-time career choice: doing nothing while my husband works hard.