Thursday, July 15, 2010


I don't understand how some people can be happy about something that they know will have dire consequences in the long run. How? Knowing that what you are doing is likely to turn your life upside down, yet it's excitedly pursued with out a care. I wish Clint would take it more seriously.

That being said...

Sometimes I feel so stupid for some of the choices I have made. In the last five years, I have let myself become totally dependent on another person. I had a job. I had my own insurance. It wasn't much, but I had my own income. I let it all go - even if it was for a good reason. Now I am totally dependent on someone else. I never really thought of it that way until now. With the threat of being my own weighing on my shoulders, I can't help but wonder what will I do. I don't regret my choice to stay home with Valerie because those years were so special. I can never get that time back and I'm glad she was home with ME and not someone else.

But I do wish I would have considered the long-term consequences.

The two year degree word processing degree I have is probably obsolete by now. I had one class left for the accounting degree and I never went back to finish. Stupid.

I have no idea what kind of job I could get. I should have stayed in college when I had the chance and learned how to do something. I've looked into the local colleges and honestly nothing interests me. Nothing. I don't know what I like anymore. It's all so expensive. And some of the degrees take years to complete and I just don't have that kind of time either.

1 comment:

  1. Have you looked intp medical billing and coding or medical transcription. I believe those are short programs and one can often times work from home.