An New Era


Okay so it took 2 bottles of red wine to think of 5 things positive about being redundant.  So I will be either in rehab or the closest park bench by the time we get to 200!  200 happy positive days – so lets see where we are by October, when according to my rough calculations is when the 200 days of positivity end!

Not sure how much positivity I can take to be honest – might end up speaking like an American?  Or maybe I will re-discover Jesus.  Anyway its an experience, and I am going through it.

Any ideas to help me on the way  will be gratefully accepted.   I Will endeavour to be as humourous as I can – wine always helps as does my neighbour who thinks I’m hilarious.  I am keeping in close contact with her!

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About joanniemitchell

An enforced lady of leisure. A Lady who cant afford to lunch! I was in Corporate Sales for Global Entertainment Company until 17th January when I had the phone call - 'Meet me in the office with HR'. Now am pursuing my Masters in Professional Writing and looking on the upside after Redundancy.
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3 Responses to An New Era

  1. Mary Boyce says:

    Oh Joan you are just hillarious – I almost wet myself as you divulged the happenings in the tent! Keep writing, I love it! Mary B xx

  2. quirkybooks says:

    You were nominated by me for the One Lovely Blog Award on my http://www.quirkybooks.wordpress.com site, so that is something to be positive about. You write well. Congratulations.

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