April 3rd 2010 11:33 am
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Dad lost his job earlier this week. It just wasn't working out. He tried his best but there's only so much you can do without direction. Strange thing is that Dad's not as upset as he was the last time. In fact he even seems happy. Sure there's no moneis coming in but apart from that he's not stressed too much. At least that job lasted long enough to pay for our checkups and my tooth cleaning. He really didn't like it there. They left him alone as if he could read their minds and figure out what he was suppose to do. Then got mad when he couldn't. Anyway Dad hopes to find a job closer to home. They say things are getting better so we're hoping for the best.
In the mean time I get lots of holding time and pets.
Yesterday the outside AC unit broke down. Some nice people came over to fix it. I got to go outside A LOT and eat grass and take naps on the warm sidewalk. I even got picked up and petted by one of them. I didn't make a fuss. Except for when I tried to go too far into the woods, I behaved myself very well. Everyone noticed and Dad was impressed. It was expensive to fix, but Dad doesn't like the heat during the summer and it had to be done. But he got a surprise check from a deceased relative (yes, that really happens) that covered the cost. Lucky us!
Well the windows are open, the sun is shining, it's nice and cool. Life is good.
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We'll be puring that your Dad finds a new job soon! Happy Easter!
That's rough! Had a boss, once upon a time, who expected mind reading - not as badly as your Dad's old boss, I think, but it was no fun at all. It's good he's not stressing.
I'm sorry to hear your Dad also lost a relative... but glad that the surprise they left him came just in time.
We'll be purring for Dad over at Casa Space Paws, too. That door closing and window opening stuff... it's true, that's why the saying has become an old adage.