Tuesday, April 28, 2009
My first month of residence in Cleveland continues. It was a risky move when I changed established continuity beyond recognition. However, the permenent irreverable change in continuity beyond recognition was the best decision that I ever made. I feel good about myself. Yeah, I'm still not employed. I'm still job hunting. I'm optimistic about my job hunting. I know that I'll be employed again. I need to be very persistant.
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Official continuity has been altered beyond recognition. I have reached an overnight turning point that has changed everything. I have permenently relocated to Cleveland, Ohio. After quitting my job at both Burger King Restaurant and Wendy's Restaurant, I'm now unemployed. So begins my job hunt for brand new employment. I know that relocating to Cleveland, Ohio is a very risky move. However, I do believe that relocation will turn out to be the best decision that I've ever made.
Thursday, April 9, 2009
Relocation to a brand new city can be both scary and unnerving. After spending eighteen years getting used to the same arrangement of streets in Columbus, Ohio, I'm thrown into a brand new environment. None of the streets are familiar. However, I'm slowly starting to find my way around. Plus, it's great to live in a city that has both a commuter train system, an Amtrak railroad train line and close proximity to Lake Erie.
Official continuity has been altered beyond recognition. I'm now a resident of Cleveland, Ohio. On Monday, there was a mixture of snow and rain to greet my permenent relocation to Cleveland. On Tuesday, there was only snow falling to the ground to greet my arrival to Cleveland. The snow was still on the ground Wednesday morning and was melted away to nothing by afternoon. Once again, the weather is back to normal spring weather. I need to go job hunting because I'm currently unemployed.
Monday, April 6, 2009
April is the month for risky reinventions. I quit my job at Burger King Restaurant and Wendy's Restaurant. I moved out of my two bedroom apartment at Lexington Park Apartments. I'm now officially a resident of Cleveland, Ohio. I'm currently living with my biologic Mom, Step-Dad Dave and my brother Mitchel. Yes, relocation is a risky thing. However, I do believe that relocation to Cleveland, Ohio is the best ting I've ever done for myself. I can't wait to see all the brand new opportunities that are awaiting me in Cleveland.
Thursday, April 2, 2009
It's a warm spring day. I got a lot to do today and not much time to do it. Among the tasks that need to be done is the payment of the telephone bill. I still need to fill out my income tax forms. I don't know why I keep putting that off. Filling out the income tax forms should be the easiest task to accomplish. On the positive side, I finally did the laundry. I ended up using three coin operated washing machines with all the dirty laundry that I ended up with.