Same here, nothing beats being inside with a purring cat on my lap, watching people walking by in snow and rainy weather.
Well, you could have said it’s a tiny bit like Soylent Green….
From Lynn’s Comments: I once went into a furniture store looking for a couch. They were short staffed and I could see they needed help. I loved their store and knew the inventory and volunteered to help. At the end of the day, they offered me a job. I was already employed, but I sure liked the idea of being able to show what I could do before I applied!
Yep, our country has had to fight the water in the past, but if the ocean levels will rise as much as they predict, at least half our country will be flooded. So far, our d ikes (censored? Really?) still hold the water back. But we at least don’t have to have additional flood insurance yet.
Apparently, as most women are still pushed to go find a job instead of staying at home to care for their children. And if they want a job, that is their right as well, but it has become more an obligation to join the workforce as being a sahm (or sahd for that matter) isn’t worthwhile enough in the eyes of society.
Same, 57 now and still don’t feel as grown up as my parents were at my age.
Yes, I do agree, but if you’re in dire need of a job and they want you to work a day or two to find out if you’re a good fit, you’ll probably do it anyway. I never did though, but my husband did, after he had been unemployed for two years. But after two days, he started working for a salary there and has been there for the past 7 years. When we had to do internships for our college, we did get paid though.
So glad we don’t have that one in Northern Europe. Looks like very nasty burs that not only puncture tires but also shoe soles. Auwtsj…