Well, don’t that beat all? I thought the “frustrating and worrying time” I mentioned in the previous post was gone for good. I’d been looking for a “real” job for a long time in order to support myself while working on finding underwriters for the TV show, and I finally found a job!
Until that point, things were becoming more and more scary by the day. The savings were dwindling. Do I apply for food stamps? Will I wind up on welfare? Not something I wanted, but you do what you have to do.
And then, I found a job. Something I could actually live on and not have to apply for food stamps. How wonderful to be working, again!
Little did I know that this new business had planned their finances very poorly, and I was to be laid off just a month after starting. I’ve applied for unemployment, but that won’t pay the bills. So, here we go, again. Job hunting. Food stamps? Welfare?
A month of hope replaced the “doldrums,” but now they are back. Sure wish I could find those elusive underwriters and go forward with my dream.
Well, don’t that beat all?