Playing Games and Taking Calls

Good morning, World!


Today is the Sabbath. Sunday will be the last day I can afford to take off before I start taking money out of my e-trade account to pay the bills with. My car is still in the shop.


I will be calling Car-Mart about 9 AM this morning to find out what is being done.


Yesterday, I went shopping online, and put my application in for financing at one place. I am looking for something roomy, that will fit up to four more people, and luggage, and gets good gas mileage.


I worked in the call center yesterday, but business was so slow, I only made $10. That is certainly not even going to pay the rent!


I am still going to work it, though, because every day is different, and I am looking for opportunities to gain more clients through the center and make even more money.


The more clients I have, the better money I'll make...and right now I only have ONE.


Yesterday, I signed a whole lot of people up for Senior Life Insurance, Netspend cards and Brink's Prepaid Mastercards.


Well, It's the Sabbath, and I don't have a job to go to...except the Call Center. There is nothing easier than sitting here all day playing games on one computer and watching shows, while having my headphones on waiting for a call on another.


My prescription is ready for me to pick up, but I can't because I don't have a way to get there. And, I don't feel like riding that bus today.


Have a blessed day!

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