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Thanks. I get asked these questions on a near-daily basis. I thought Americans were aggressive proselytizers, holy Hell! !(◎_◎;) I realize that church is a business and targets must be made. What if I say I'm too poor to go to church? Jesus wouldn't accept me through His doors because I don't have the funds to sport a new Sunday frock each week. I swear, Buddhists are cheaper!
Olivia always does, whether she takes JP trick or treating, or whether his dad does, and it always looks fun. I should try it, but honestly much will depend on what kind of mood I wake up in October 31.
That is pretty impressive, carrying laundry machines like that. I need to know someone like that...who's not on meth. Aaron wants to dress up for Halloween as Pennywise - just to dress up, not go trick or treating. He is obsessed with IT. I never dress up but I kinda want to, just to pass out candy to the very few children who come to our neighborhood.
My pain disease(s) affected my abilty to work so badly, my contracting organization decided not to re-hire me (Illegal? Yes. So they decided all three of us who worked under their teaching program must go so I couldn't sue them for discrimination). Oppa and I, though we loved Japan and had each lived there 16 years, realized that moving every 3 years to follow contract labor was no longer cost-effective. It would be impossible to secure land and own a home as foreigners with no direct family ties in Japan. Korea has a far shittier economy, dreadful unemployment and crippling work hours. But my Father-in-Law is ill and needed us there, so to Korea we came. I'm trying to find a way to work as an American citizen on-line without needing to bother with US taxes or have to use PayPal, since there's no service for non-corporate citizens to receive money through it.
so you are saying theres a chance! hahaha
Maybe. But one thing I have learned is a big reason employers keep bad employees around is that they're too lazy (or, giving them the benefit of the doubt, too busy) to look for a replacement.
Yep, get those passwords. What a dick. Maybe he knows he is, maybe he doesnt, but the arrogance. Gah.
One thing that I think we all tend to assume is that if someone doesn’t mention that they’re having difficulty in their life, that they’re fine. This gives us the illusion that a lot of people are living happy, contented lives, whereas in fact a lot of them have quite serious problems but just don’t tell people about them. Being on Journalspace opened my eyes to how different reality is. But it also taught me that all those people with problems managed to adapt. By the skin of their teeth sometimes, but they managed. They may have often been in despair, and their lives remained tough, but they all adapted. We all tend to go through such a process of self-regulation when we hit bad times. Simply recognising that we’re not as alone as we thought we were helps. Of course there are some who can’t cope, which is very tragic. But most do. It’s part of our survival mechanism.
One suggestion: make sure her work docs aren't password protected!

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