Tuesday, November 17, 2009

I fear phone calls.

Also on my list of fears are leprosy, rabies, and suffocation. Leprosy has actually been on my mind lately, beacuse I just finished this book. It's an excellent story and I highly recommend all the Thoene's A.D. Chronicles.

But about phone calls, I called the number on a help wanted ad this morning. I so hate making phone calls, but my current state of poverty forced me to. Seeing a help wanted ad that is for something besides CNA work, trucking, power hosing hogs, or working with cattle is rare in this area. I haven't had a job for about a year now, and though I've certainly been busy I don't want to be a financial burden to my family. So I called, and found out even though it's a part time job it's still five days a week. Unnerved, I hung up and ate some chocolate to recover. Mom asked if I was sorry I couldn't take the job and work five days a week- not really. I'm too lazy to want to be away from home five days a week. I can't be gone that much anyway, because of our own business and family responsibilities. So here I am sitting in our business(working for room and board), high on chocolate, and no money to spare. But I don't really mind. Maybe it's the temporary effect of the chocolate. All the things I keep busy with, all my interests(Politics, sewing, art, cooking, military ministry), have so far not turned into lucrative avenues. I've been searching for opportunities for several months now, and none of them have worked out. So I'm waiting to see what happens, what God does: It could be life changing. Being a woman, I have speculated on what the reason I'm jobless might be: It may be because of a huge family change in the near future. And I can't tell you what that is, because it's a secret.

10 comments:

One said...

Well either you're getting married or someone close to you is about to have a baby?

The Marchioness said...

Neither, unfortunately. I didn't mean family change as in the growth of our family, but in change that will affect our whole family.

Anonymous said...

What military ministry do you do?

The Marchioness said...

So far, mostly mother's helper sort of military ministry.

The Patriot said...

Power hosing hogs! It's your destiny!

One Salient Oversight said...

(BTW, "One" was me. I accidentally commented usering another username)

Natty said...

Ok, well I'm dying to know what this "secret" is :-)

I know exactly how you feel about a job! I need one too but I'm just like you in not wanting to be gone 5 days a week.

The Marchioness said...

I'm glad "One" was you, Oversight, because anonymous comments make me nervous.

I'll tell you soon, Natty-either email or next time I see you. I'm not sure when the official announcement will be, but I'd like to tell someone!

One Salient Oversight said...

Change your comment settings in blogger to prevent anonymous comments.

The Marchioness said...

I know that- I meant anonymous comments as in people who are too scared to leave their names. That usually means they're up to no good. But I would like to allow people to comment who don't have blogger accounts.