Therapy required!

Another day passes in my life and I’ve nothing to show for it. Job searches come up a blank though I keep getting emails from the job search websites that I’m registered with that there are over 99 000 vacancies listed on their sites. I don’t need 99 000 jobs, one would do me very nicely thank you! The things these job search websites don’t tell you is that no jobs are in your area, no jobs require your skills, no jobs are full time and that there really isn’t a job out there for you, no matter how hard you look, no matter how many jobs you apply for!

Therapy was called for! My flat has never been tidier or cleaner. There is no dirty washing anywhere, beds are made with clean linen and I cooked up a sweet and sour chicken feast for our evening meal.

Now, when I want to be a bit creative, I’m all at a loss and simply looking forward to my bed.

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