Real Life's a bit of a pain......actually, it's a huge ass pain. My supervisor at the real world job had to take a disability retirement. At first, I wasn't interested in applying for the position, nor was I interested in continuing to work for the company. But, after knowing him for 25 years, I felt I owed him, and stayed with the company. I even applied for the vacant position.
It's been two weeks, and we're still awaiting word on which of the applicants, myself included, will be in the position. Personally, I look at it two different ways, I get the job and it's "Great, now the challenge can begin", or someone else gets the job and it's "Great, now to take a break and maybe take a week's vacation".
So far this month, I've only had two days off from the place. I have work to do around the house (for those who tease me about my vacant home in Steelhead City, the real world home should satisfy you). Mostly, I'm tired. Didn't realize it, but I guess it's been showing in Second Life. I have no idea how, but some have noticed. Other than misunderstanding what one friend had said, thinking it was something against what I said, I wasn't aware I was doing anything to get people concerned.
So, to put your minds at ease. I'm ok. Just hoping to finally get some time off. Maybe sleep for a couple of days. And if it really concerns everyone, Lunar and Tensai have the cell number. She's already called me once already.
Everything will be ok.
Breathe, Fuzz, Breathe
Sunday, March 9, 2008
Found it when we were surveying the land south of Steelhead City, when Lunar decided to start expanding. Used to be part of the old Ambertown property, hence Lunar chose to call it Steelhead Boomtown, due to it's history.
Old Angus Gearzton died during the Ambertown flood. His old mill still stands, though. Once Boomtown is opened, you'll be able to see it. I'm it's new owner. The waterwheel has been sent out to be rebuilt and a clock facing has been ordered for the tower.
What am I using it for? Well....we need to get the lots in Boomtown rented out in order for you to find out.