Wednesday, September 29, 2010


I'm watching a news report on CNN about Oktoberfest turning two hundred years old while typing in the two computer computer lab at Buehlers Supermarket. I didn't realize that Oktoberfest has been around for such a long time. I'm not sure who invented Oktoberfest, but it's a good holiday.
Nothing much is going on in my life beyond watching CNN in Buehler's Supermarket. I'm feeling calm and relaxed. I'm working minimum wage at Mr. Hero Restaurant while living in Cleveland, Ohio. Yes, I do miss living in Columbus, Ohio. I miss having my own apartment and living on my own terms. I miss the usual hangouts that I enjoyed while living in Columbus, Ohio. However, I will get my own apartment restored. First, I have to pay the United States Government college tuition loans that I owe down to zero. I needed to pay college tuition assistence loans to pay for tuition to attend Ohio State University and Franklin University. Even though I have yet to finish my quest for a Bachelor of Science in Busines Administration, it's better to pay off the college tuition loans right now.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010


There was a rain storm earlier today. There isn't any rain falling anymore---At least there wasn't the last time I checked. Nothing much is going on in my life. I'm working minimum wage at Mr. Hero Restaurant. It's honest labor for an honest wage. I'm slowly making progress to pay off my United States Government college tuition debt. Thankfully, the United States Government college tuition loans doesn't have much interest to pay off. Most of the cash I'm spending in repaying the loans is reducing the principle. That makes all the difference in the world. I'll be able to build a surplus in my saving account so I could get my own apartment relaunched again. Having to move back in with my biologic parents to pay off my college tuition loans is a temporary setback.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010


Only three and a half months left before the end of the year. Time moves much too quickly for me. I keep getting reminded that I'm only eight years away from being fifty years old. I want to make sure that every second of my life will count for something. I don't want the best years of my life wasted. Yet, before I could graduate college, I'll need to repay my college tuition loans. It would be nice if I could repay my United States Government college tuition loans. However, Direct Loans and Great Lakes Loans are getting very impatient. Actually, Great Lakes Loans is more impatient than Direct Loans. Still, I'm under pressure to get all of my college tuition loans payed off now. I'm still hoping to graduate college with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. I'm not sure how I'm going to pull that off. Relocating from Columbus, Ohio to Cleveland, Ohio makes attending college classes in Franklin University a challenge. Since Franklin University is located in Columbus, Ohio, I could still attend classes over the internet. Or I could look at local Cleveland, Ohio based opportunities. I'll cross that bridge when I get to it.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010


I've been surfing the Internet longer than I anticipated. I'm not expecting to spend the entire day typing on the Internet. I'm planning to do other activities. The leaves on the trees have started to change color. About an eighth of the multi-colored leaves have started to fall from the trees and onto the ground. I'm going to need to rack the leaves one of these days. Possibly this Sunday. It's still warm outside with occasional patches of Autumn temperature. I thank GOD everyday for the spell check function on computer programs. I'm not very good when it comes to spelling. It's weird that literature and reading comprehension is my strongest attributes, but I can't spell words worth a darn.

Friday, September 3, 2010


Ideas about what my next unpublished novel is going to be about continues. I have thought about writing the novel CLIMBING THE BUCKEYE MOUNTAIN RANGE OF COLUMBUS, OHIO. Such plans fell apart when I realized that the entire state of Ohio doesn't have any mountains. I didn't want to write a novel that is geographically inaccurate. So I altered my plans regarding my next unpublished novel. Oh well, such things happen.

Thursday, September 2, 2010


I'm an unpublished novelist. I tend to follow the belief that a person should only write about things they know about. I once thought about writing a fifteen volume literary novel series entitled PARKING LOT WARS. However, I'm not sure how you could make parking lots interesting for fifteen individual four hundred and twenty page novels. Though I have a drivers license, I don't own a car. Since minimum wage employment is my only source of income, I can't afford to wreck a car once a month, every month for fifteen year non-stop. Therefor, a fifteen volume series with each volume entitled PARKING LOT WARS would be a subject I have no knowledge or understanding of.
Still, there are plenty of things for me to write about. Since I'm not likely to get published by a big name publisher, it won't matter what subject my unpublished novels ends up taking. Most of the general audience isn't going to know that I exist anyway. I'm not trying to sound sour. I'm trying to be realistic. Most big name publishers don't consider my unpublished novels marketable. No reason was ever given. It's hard to get a specific reason from a general form rejection letter. I write unpublished novels for recreation and relaxing.
I still have plenty of things to keep me occupied. I have United States Government college tuition assistance debt to repay. I'm still hoping to graduate college with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. I'm working minimum wage at Mr. Hero Restaurant. Life is good.