Friday, October 23, 2009
I'm still unemployed. I've been unemployed for almost seven months. I thought I would be employed by now, but my efforts to find employment keeps getting hindered. I won't give up. I know I'll find employment again. The leaves have been changing color. Only a fourth of the auttumn trees has fallen to the ground. The rest of the auttumn leaves are still attached to tree branches. The auttumn leaves has always been the best part of auttumn---As long as I don't have to rake up the leaves once they fall to the ground. Still, raking up auttumn leaves is a fantastic source of exercise.
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
I have experienced an overnight turning point beyond recognition. Established continuity has been altered beyond recognition. I'm no longer a resident of Columbus, Ohio. Those days are gone forever. I'm now a resident of Cleveland, Ohio. Relocation to Cleveland, Ohio is a necessary stage in my evolution. I have no regrets about relocating from Columbus, Ohio to Cleveland, Ohio. There's nothing left for me to do in Columbus, Ohio. My only concern regarding my relocation from Columbus, Ohio to Cleveland, Ohio is my six month and fourteen day long unemployment. I didn't expect to be unemployed for such a long period of time. I'm not discouraged about my continued inability to find employment. I know I'll become employed again. I simply need to be patient. Good things will come to those who are patient and persistent when filling out job application forms.
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
The weather is getting colder. I still don't have a car. I transport from place to place on a bicycle. I'm getting fantastic exercise when I travel by bicycle. The first thing I've learned about Cleveland, Ohio is that it's bigger than Columbus, Ohio. It takes longer to travel from Strongsville to Shaker Heights because of the massive distances between the two suburbs of Cleveland.