I tried to post this entry without much success. Maybe I pressed a button the wrong way. Maybe I pressed the wrong button the right way. Maybe I pressed the wrong button in the wrong way. Whatever the case, I'm trying to rewrite this blog entry from memory. Anyway, this is about the time that I would be preparing for college classes. Instead, I'm spending my time paying off the United States Government college tuition loans that I owe for Ohio State University and Franklin University. The Government college tuition loans firms of Direct Loans and Great Lakes has been getting more and more impatient recently. It's better to get rid of the debt now while I'm still able to do so. I'll return to college when I no longer owe money to Direct Loans and Great Lakes. I enjoy being debt free. I'll be debt free again one and a half years from now (Not counting this year). It's frustrating when the repayment of a debt is a multi-year task. I have to admit that it's easier to spend money to purchase stuff than it is to spend money to reduce a debt. Yet, I can't allow myself to get distracted.
Meanwhile, I'm still employed at Mr. Hero Restaurant. I'm peddling my bike throught he rain to my place of employment right now. It feels great to be employed. I'm finishing my mug of cappucino right now. Cappuccino is relaxing. Whoever invented coffee is a genius.
Monday, August 23, 2010
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
It's been a while since I've attending college classes of any sort. I've been spending more time paying off the United States Government college tuition loans that I used to pay the tuition for Ohio State University and Franklin University. Direct Loans and Great Lakes are the organization that I borrowed money for to attend college classes. I'm currently employed working minimum wage at Mr. Hero Restaurant. I'm enjoying employment in a fast food restaurant. Mr. Hero Restaurant makes among the best fast food restaurant sandwhiches I've ever eaten. It feels great to be employed.
Friday, August 13, 2010
The Skate Park next to the Medina County District Library is already a distant memory. Even the lumber from the skate park ramps are torn down. Now there's just asphalt left and nothing else. Gone is the temporary fence that once blocked access the the area. What used to be the Skate Park and originally packed to capacity is now empty on the best of days. What we think is invincible and permenent could up and vanish without warning if we're not careful. It brings a sort of humble perspective on life.
Friday, August 6, 2010
It's the end of an era. The Skate Park almost next door to the Medina County District Library is gone now. Diminished by constant behavior issues. What's left of the skate park is simply a pile of lumber waiting to be scooped up by construction workers. Yet, the world keeps spinning despite the loss of the Skate Park. I never used the Skate Park. If I ever considered extreme sports involving rollar skates, skateboards or bicycles, the chance have flown by and won't return. As for other portions of my life, I'm in good shape. I'm employed at Mr. Hero Restaurant. I'm slowly paying off the college tuition loans that I owe the United States Government. Life is good. I wish I had my private apartment restored. I guess I'll need to wait a bit longer for that to happen.
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Remember when I told you about the Skate Park almost next to the Medina County District Library? It was closed down because of constant behavior issues. All those extreme sporting bikers, rollar skaters and skateboarders will need to find somewhere else to roll around. The skate park almost next door to the Medina County District Library was starting to be torn down Sunday July 31, 2010 and it's still going down in ruins. It's safe to assume that the skate park almost next door to the medina County District Library will be gone by the end of the week (possibly even sooner than that). At times there were four people working on the demolition project. Other times, there are five people working on the demolition project. No extreme bikers, extreme rollar skaters nor any extreme skateboarders showed up to take their last view of the skate park before it was torn down. Maybe the asphalt will be jackhammered away into grass. Perhaps a tree will be planted. I know, maybe it will be turned into a basketball court. The possiblities are endless. Still, it's sad to see the skate park go. Oh well, life goes on.