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  Friday, April 27th 2007 2:24 am  
» My Life In Hell 4
I’m moving again. Yes, that puts it as the fifth moves in two years. This move will be a little easier, as I have had to trash or throw away most everything I use to own in the last four moves. Plus, I had to donate almost all my books to the Fredericksburg Texas library. My great book collection is now mostly gone What’s worse is the move is not back to Houston (crap!!!).

The big event (as always) won't occur until I get the cable set up (TV and Internet). That will happen this Saturday. I have been moving stuff to the new apartment, but I can’t stay there till I have TV and Internet My life seems to revolve around being connected.

It looks like I might be getting a new job too. I still have to apply and do
all the normal stuff (but I know they’re short staffed). I don’t even know the pay or job requirements yet. We’ll see how that goes today (Friday).

On a separate note – people here need to read kitty_girl_135’s blog on her “Script.” It really is good, and I hope more people comment on it. Read it, you will like it; it’s really funny.

Anyway, life sucks, then you die (as they say)
 
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Me

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Posted on Friday, April 27th 2007 6:04 am 
"Life is what happens to you while you busy making other plans" ~ John Lennon (Beautiful Boy)

I would shrivel up and die without being connected (sad but true). Good luck with all the life changes.
 
cindy

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Posted on Friday, April 27th 2007 6:30 am 
Good luck to you, Steve, on the new apartment and the job search.

I always get the shakes without the internet for the first two days or so, then life goes on and it's like I never had it. Still though, I prefer to be with it!
 
Rebelman

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Posted on Friday, April 27th 2007 10:32 am 
As chaotic as this may seem Steve, things will piece back together soon. Some things I can suggest to avoid over thinking and gaining a large depression over situations are: Find things you like to do that will keep your mind off this whole situation. Even though you have to think about all this to a degree, you also have to have some recharge time for yourself as well.

I wish you the Best
 
Aramis

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Posted on Sunday, April 29th 2007 12:35 am 
Take care Steve ... I hope it goes well for you. I really do.
 
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