Distractions have been coming from all directions. I’ve been working steady on my book, and now that it is an eBook for Amazon, marketing has become my focus. I’ve also been setting up the print book and deciding the details for this. It is exciting but I’m still wrapping my head around the idea there are people who are becoming acquainted with my story people. I’m writing my next book now.
As I have mentioned in an earlier blog, Chuck was laid off and has since been a tenacious job hunter. He applied for unemployment benefits and is actively ticking off the job search web sites, local employers and looking in a lot of directions to find the next step in his career.
He had an interview today for a position that is almost custom made for my hubby. This morning he was in his robe, updating the resume, fine tuning his professional skills vitae, prepping for interview questions and determining what he wanted to ask in the interview.
We laughed that in all the online applying and all the rest of his efforts, he never thought about what to wear to an interview. He went through his clothes and asked me what I thought. I told him I didn’t think men wore suits anymore unless it was the appropriate work attire for that specific job, but jeans would be too casual.
I assured him the fedora worked perfectly.
So what do you think? Wouldn’t you hire this handsome man?
One thing that we did this past weekend was a yard sale. Since our place is a bit off the beaten path we had it at my nephew Kris’ place which sits right on a major road. We planned for Saturday and Sunday. Saturday went really well, and by 9 am we had been hammered with lots of people. There were three families participating which gave a lot of variety to the merchandise.
Chuck and I were able to move some big ticket items. These things are so unpredictable in what people are looking for or what might catch their eye.
We did have some yard sale pros give us some tips for future yard sales we might do. We plan to do another one in three or four weeks. A lot of this that wasn’t sold will be donated. It was fun to meet the people. Sunday was much slower, but we still had several visitors. One man said he saw the signs the night before and decided to come by. Another person who came by said she usually did her sales on Friday and Saturday, which I think Chuck and I will do next time. One of the best parts was getting to hang out with my great-nephew and great-niece. They are such cool people.
Well one last shot of the job hunter. He is ready to get out there and find that perfect job. What a great man I have.
I would love to hear your job hunting experience. Did you use a head hunter or peruse the classified?
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Good luck and let us know how the job hunting went 🙂
Nancy, I sending best wishes your way for your hubby’s job hunting. My daughter went through that last year and it was stressful, but at last she landed the perfect job. I’m sure your husband will too. As for distractions, I completely understand. I wanted to drop by and say thank you for stopping by the Cow Pasture. Welcome to the fence jumpers. I look forward to hearing more from you in the future. @sheilamgood at Cow Pasture Chronicles