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A giant weight has been lifted from my chest.

I was woken this morning by a job offer. Very nice. The money could be much better, but the hours are about perfect.

Just last night, I was feeling panic-y and super worried about finding work, but now I'm rather relieved and completly back to normal. It's amazing how I react to unemployment. The two times I've lost jobs (both due to lay-offs) I've instantly become a mess and fallen into a pit of depression. Then, when I get the work, I snap back into it and become complely normal.

Fantastic.

And I'm back to being a butcher, which I always loved doing.
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17 April, 2005 12:48

Congrats! I'm still rocking 4 months of unemployment. That is a suck.    



19 April, 2005 10:52

thanks, not thrilled about the commute, but it's decent money and easy, satisfying work. PLus the wife can quit her extremly stressful, crappy job and not worry about supporting us. She has something lined up it seems.    



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