Thursday, March 15, 2007

13 Things to be Thankful for when Suddenly Unemployed: Edition 1


Thirteen Things about Aline de Chevigny


1…. You no longer have to get out of bed before the sun comes up.
2-. You have more free time to do all those things you'd been neglecting.
3-. Friends and family no longer wonder if you're still alive.
4-. No more deadlines.... well work related ones anyway.
5-. You can watch the late, late show without feeling guilty.
6-. Having a bad hair day, No one will see you.
7-. You can finally catch up on all those soaps you missed. You know you secretly watch those...
8-. Reading can be done for fun again.
9-. No more going to bed before the sun goes down.
10-. You can play hookie when it's sunny and bright without fear of loosing your job.
11-. Ice cream at 10am.
12-. No steel toed shoes.
13-. TV all day long....


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5 comments:

Michelle Hasker said...

Great list Aline!!
party time :)
And then we write :)

http://michellehasker.blogspot.com/

amy said...

great attitude.I love this list!

Raggedy said...

Enjoy your unemployment!
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Have a wonderful day!
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Robyn Mills said...

It's funny how life's curve balls aren't all bad. Cheers

Wylie Kinson said...

LOL -- great list, but I'm sorry to hear it comes with the personal experience of unemployment.
Good luck with the writing, and dreaded Interviews