Good morning folks!
Hope you had a good sleep last night?
I had some chemical help, but at least I slept.
Can’t be dealing with all the current crap and have sleepless nights too – will be just way too much.
Yesterday, after I got the news of impending doom, I opened this mail from Finest Quotes –
Just remember — when you think all is lost, the future remains. ~ Bob Goddard
Only question is, do I want to face the future?
That being said, even if I don’t want to, it’s not as if I have a choice in the matter!
It’s been scientifically proven that Pretoria is probably the safest place on earth regarding natural disasters.
Only thing that might bring about my demise is popping a vein in my brain from high blood pressure at how people drive or some useless thief that thinks I have actual money and guns!
Youngest came over last night at about 9.
Packed his stuff, put it in his car and would have said goodbye through the door if his brother had not admonished him about it.
What an ignonomous end to an era.
Thing is, he will always be welcome here.
But because of the way he left, he will not feel as if he is.
And so starts a round of misery – all because he did not care how he burnt his bridges.
Hopefully G-d will keep him safe.
He is going for another interview this morning – apparently right here in my suburb – how’s that for cutting your nose!!!
If he gets it I’ll be the happiest person ever – would mean a lot to him that he got the job himself, and it should smooth his ruffled feathers somewhat.
Only time will tell.
And on that note, it’s probably a good idea to start the day proper.
Hope it’s a good one!
A young preacher was contacted by the local funeral director to hold
a grave-side committal service at a small local cemetery for someone
with no family or friends. The preacher started early but quickly got
himself lost, making several wrong turns.
He arrived a half-hour late, the hearse was nowhere in sight, and the
workmen were eating lunch.
The pastor went to the open grave and found the vault lid already in
place. Taking out his book, he read the service.
As he was returning to his car, he overheard one of the workmen say:
“Think we should tell him it’s a septic tank?”