So, I felt good blogging about meals I’ve cooked that were budget friendly. I don’t know that anyone cared, but writing has been therapeutic in the past, so I thought it would be now. Why not put two of my favorite things together: cooking and saving money. But you know what I love more? WORKING for said money. This unemployment thing sucks. One would think I would have all these magnificent projects done around the house. No. One would think I’d be well-rested and ready to perform at my peak. Not even close. One would think…One would think…I would think.
Over the past four weeks that I’ve been unemployed, I have learned some things:
1. I have chosen to surround myself by some really awesome people.
2. These really awesome people randomly check in on me to make sure I’m still picking my head up off the pillow.
3. These people don’t judge me when I am honest about how I’m feeling.
4. My husband really does love me. Maybe this one should have gone first, and I could have deleted it and moved it up there, but I decided to just keep it as it was because, well, it’s where it fell in my thought process.
5. Choices are so much more important than I ever thought. I have preached it and believed it, but guess got a little complacent with it.
6. Not everyone who gives their word will keep it.
7. Everything (and -one) has a period of usefulness. When it is outlived it is gone. Period.
8. People still respect me. And they always will.
9. I am beneficial to someone in some way. I just might not know it yet.
10. People believe in me. I only wish I did one third as much as they do.
11. My family loves me. No one can ever take that away. I don’t care how much of an asshole they are. Being an asshole only reinforced it.