Oct. 11th, 2011 12:40 pm
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I'm working again. Not in my field, but it means it'll be easier to get the next job. It has almost no slow times that I have seen, and I'm cut off from everything but answering the phone. Yes, it's a call center. Yes, it is stressful. Yes, I am still looking for an IT position.

I should have insurance again sometime about the beginning of November, and might even be able to take time off. We had health insurance of a sort, but when the deductible is over $800, and there's barely enough money coming in to cover normal bills, it's pretty much useless.

I have cats again. No pictures yet, because they are still skittish. Two young cats, semi-feral rescues, and they are just now warming up to being seen. I will be able to get them health insurance through this job, though.

Corgi brought the cats. Driving. With five dogs also in the car. We had birthday doings of a sort for her here.

Not quite writing right now. Doing some RP that is letting me do some character development, though.
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So, this journal has been active for two years, let us see what progress has been made. It seems that the past year has a tie in the number of comments made to a meme and a family crisis. Next in line was a work of derivitive lyricism. Of course the prose averaged four comments per post, as with last year.

This was the year I completed a work of over 500,000 words of fanfiction, and have been attempting to complete the first draft of an original work.

I'd be more depressed, but after the vaccuum cleaner tried to eat my toes, the drugs have been pretty good.
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So, it has been a year and two days since I first logged on to the journal. The past year in review shows I have used it mainly as a way to get feedback on my writing. So which subject in the past year has the most responses? Yup, that one.


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