David's job ended for reals on Friday. He is at home now. In a twist of god's cruel fate, I am assigned to work in his building, right by his office. The entire time he's worked here I've not had one assignment in this building, and then bam. I am walking around and having to see his co-workers and it's just sad. He's actually still struggling with the coldflu that took him down during Comic-Con, poor thing, so at least he gets to be home and somewhat resting whilst on the Quixotic search for a job that is fulfilling as the one he just lost.
It will happen. I fully trust that. In the meantime, if anyone has any freelance work for an excellent graphic production artist, please let us know.
The thing that sucks, that is crappy no good, is that our health insurance ended yesterday. I went and stocked up on prescriptions and am now on the search for something affordable and reasonable. One gets awfully spoiled by a great health plan.
The thing that's great, that might could happen, is that because we are both free-ish, a tour might be in order shortly. YAY?
. . . maybe you could tour in the midwest? Yessssss? *mwah!*
David will find work, I can feel it in my bones. I have a lot of bones, you know, and they're all telling me the same thing. I will keep my fingers crossed.
big hugs! Maure | 08.02.06 - 9:08 am | #
All will be well- give it a few weeks. Much love to you. tifanie | 08.02.06 - 9:59 pm | #
All my best. It will work out, as it always does. Sounds like national tour to me, including the old south??? Tristen | Homepage | 08.03.06 - 9:17 am | #