Tuesday, June 30, 2009
I'm sorry if I sound so moody. Three months of unemployment can be frustrating. Honestly, what is going on inside a possible employer's mind when my job application is rejected. I can't give up. I need a paycheck. I'm desperate enough to work for anybody and do anything that's legal. I spent every day applying to anything and everything in sight. I know that we're stuck in a recession. I never thought that I would be caught up in the recession's unreasonable grip. However, I've been unemployed for the past three months. I know that I'll be employed again. I need to have faith in myself.
It's been raining off and on in Cleveland, Ohio. I've brought along my rain coat just in case I'm stuck riding my bike while the rain falls again. The most updated resume is only available on one floppy disk. Sadly, I was dumb enough to think that I could print it out on this stupid library computer. This stupid library computer declared war on every single floppy disk that I tried to place inside it. Now the only resume that contains updated information about my employable prospects might be gone forever. Great. The last thing I need is to rewrite my stupid resume all over again. Sometimes technology works and sometimes technology doesn't work. I'm sorry if my continued dependency on Windows 1995 is ruining the library computer's life. I had no idea that Window's 1995 is no longer compatable with the latest Windows computer operating systems. Unemployed people like me can't afford to purchase a brand new computer with all the latest bells and whistles.
Thursday, June 25, 2009
I've been unemployed since April 2009. It's frustrating because I thought I would be employed by now. I never had this much trouble searching for employment. I'm not giving up. I know I'll be employed if I'm persistent enough. It briefly started to rain for a few minutes. The rain have stopped---At least for now.
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
It was raining earlier and I'm not sure if it's going to rain again. It's a good day to surf the internet. I'm job hunting on the internet. However, it's hard to get started with a brand new job when there's a recession hurting the economy. I'm not giving up. I know I'll find employment if I'm persistant enough.
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
I didn't realize that one out of two cell phones that I carry around is out of battery and needs to be recharged. The cell phone that's partially charged up is paid for by my biologic father, but I'm not allowed to contact my biologic mother with it. The cell phone that I'm able to contact my biologic mother with needs to be recharged. I normally pay very close attention to details such as that.
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
It's impossible to move backwerds to the past anymore. I have experienced an overnight turning point beyond recognition. I'm no longer a resident of Columbus, Ohio. I have relocated to Cleveland, Ohio. I'm still not employed. I've been spending almost every day since April 2009 looking for employment. I know that I'll be employed if I look hard enough. It's not easy to relocate to a brand new city. However, Cleveland, Ohio will be a great city for me to live. It would be interesting to see what brand new adventures await me in Cleveland, Ohio.