From a work perspective, the picture couldn't be more appropriate.
None of this should surprise me, mind you, since having everything going well in my life is like Ralph Wiggum failing English... unpossible.
Nope, got the family thing down, got the house, got the dog, all that is great.
Work? Work sucks, on all fronts.
Anti-Ski Season has begun in earnest at Kelsey's meaning I have no shifts. Zero. Not a one this week. I had one, but it was on Monday, you know, when I was still in Ontario. Awesome.
Now I knew that spring - slash - summer would mean a decrease in customers and therefore hours, but five hours a week just doesn't cut it. I know they'll be more down the road a couple weeks from now and that's great, but in the meantime, there are some hard pills to swallow.
Like the fact that I was hired as a full-time bartender. I'm basically a casual server right now, so this stings.
Not as much as seeing the mouth-breathers who clearly hate their job getting four shifts a week while I sit by the phone hoping someone comes down with the Swine Flu so I can work a couple extra hours.
What makes it all worse is that The Love of Sports looks like it's coming to an end too.
The paycheck that was promised when I took on the editorial position lasted two months and now we're at another "crossroads" with a directional change impending. That change is to less content and more of a focus on mediocre shit from what I have seen since I came home from the Dominican.
Neither of which are very appealing to me at this stage of my stagnant career.
The only good thing, the one silver lining, is that I will have a load of free time on my hands from the looks of things. Time that can be used to finally get off my ass and get a book proposal written and sent off to every publishing house in the country, as well as some in the nearby States like Montana and Washington.
And as if the day didn't suck enough before, we forgot to take the garbage out when we ran into town to get the mail and Senor Pug Dog destroyed another green garbage bag all over the kitchen.