I’ve mentioned before that the act of writing for me, is one of the best things about blogging. However, my enthusiasm for pen to paper has been a little dampened due to my current necessity of having to complete job application forms.
After writing up these weighty tomes even Dickens would have quivered at the thought of yet another second sat down putting quill to parchment.
When I first decided to give blogging a go, this site was always intended to be my “practise” site where I honed my blogging craft. My plan was to make my pitiful mistakes here (and believe me, there has been a lot so far) in order to learn the skills necessary to make a much better “other blog”. Mmmmmm….
All is at a crawl at the moment.
“Get job, then blog” has become my new mantra and centre of focus.
One positive though, (I am a pretty optimistic person by nature) is that the National Lottery fund must have risen considerably over the last couple of weeks and should now be able to supply at least a new hospital wing.
All this thanks to me, trying to improve my impending future financial crisis through a slip handed in at my local news agents.
I’ve just checked and the chances of winning the UK National Lottery is a 1 in 13,983,816 chance which is probably about the same equivalent as hearing back regarding a job.
Wish me job luck or a lottery win. Actually, I think the latter would be preferable – full time blogging here I come!!!!