Thursday, November 14, 2013

Didn’t get a lot written today at all, only two posts. I worked a small job this morning, ate lunch and then got ready for the afternoon job.  It was busy this afternoon/evening because of all the men going deer hunting this weekend. We were short staffed, so the majority of us were held over our scheduled shifts.

Then I had to buy a couple of things from work, so I didn’t get back home until 11pm. If I was inspired, I could still write something, but I wasn’t, so I didn’t. Here are my two posts from earlier today.

http://www.bubblews.com/news/1576760-nojomo-november-journal-month-what-job-would-you-never-take  510 words

Surprise, surprise, it looks like I only had time for one post this morning, so that is it folks.

510 from my bubblews post and 124 from here = 634.

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