Blogs by Lori S. Maynard
As the Pendulum Tumbles
1/9/2006 6:42:16 PM
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Change, change, change... It is the one thing that remains constant in our lives...a constant hipocracy. How can change be a constant fixture?
Anyway, enough of the word puzzles and ponderings of a poetic mind. I'm looking at changing my life and I hope that I can move on to the road that I am now looking for. Sitting in an office environment is hard for me. I used to travel and loved it. Sitting in a windowless environment underneath flickering fluorescent ghosts and tending to a time clock isn't my ideal of how I wish to spend the rest of my life. Retirement is so far away for someone my age. Being 26 years old, I have many years still before me.
I've decided that I'd like to leap back into my traveling world and enter trucking. It would fit me perfectly and allow me to be out from the flickering, away from that time clock and away from the people who like to bitch and moan and play office politics and stab you in the back.
If this works out for me and I go through the training and hire on, I will update the blog on this page.
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