Tuesday, March 30, 2010
My blue colored bicycle is barely hanging together. The peddles are almost about to fall off. The rear tire feels soft, but still operational. Still, peddling a bike is faster than walking. I don't wear out my shoes so quickly when I'm traveling by bicycle. Yes, I wish I owned an automobile. However, ever since I crashed my car alongside Riverside Drive in 1995, I've been slowly and gradually trying to regain my confidence to operate an automobile again. Plus, I can't afford to purchase or maintain an automobile yet. I'll worry about that later on a future date.
Saturday, March 27, 2010
Nothing much happened to me in March 2010. I'm working minimum wage at Mr. Hero Restaurant. I don't own an automobile so I'm peddling my bike from place to place instead. I'm temporary living with my Biologic Mom and Step-Dad Dave and my brother Mitchel until my college tuition debts to Ohio State University and Franklin University is paid off. I'll get my apartment up and running again when I'm debt free. April 2010 will be the start of my second year of residence in Cleveland, Ohio. I don't regret relocating to Cleveland, Ohio. Relocation was the best thing that happened to me. It feels good to live in a city that's host to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum.
There's not much snow left on the ground---Most of it has melted. However, there still is tiny patches of snow here and there. The ice that covered most of the streets, most of the parking lots and all of the sidewalks has melted off. It's still cold outside. It really doesn't feel like spring weather at all. However, it's good to be employed. It's good to earn a steady paycheck while there's a recession going on. Being employed is the most important thing. I'm employed by Mr. Hero Restaurant. The best part about being employed is that I can finally start paying off my college tuition debts to both Ohio State University and Franklin University. It's going to be wonderful when I finally pay off my college tuition debts.
Friday, March 26, 2010
I'm still trying to get used to logging into Blogger using the google system. It's not taking me nearly as long as it took the last time. Anyway, spring officially returned and so has the snow. There is a slight blanket of snow on the ground. There was nothing in the weather report to warn me of such a thing. It came by surprise when I was wearking a thin raincoat and a sweatshirt---Not nearly enough for winter. Plus, it was raining before the snow arrived. So I was both soaked and freezing. Thankfully, that was in the past. I'm ready for winter because I'm armed with my winter coat, scarf and winter gloves. I'm not going to be taken by surprise a second time. Anyway, it's a good day. I would've made a snowperson today, but there still isn't enough snow for that yet. Maybe a few more inches of snow and I could really have fun with winter's return.
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Google appears to have purchased www.blogger.com. In the process, it took fourteen minutes to log onto this website. I finally made it, though it took longer than expected. With luck, the corporate merger between google and blogger will get smoother over time.
Thursday, March 11, 2010
I woke up in the morning. I showered and groomed myself. After getting dressed, I fed and walked the pet dogs---Freckles (a female canine), Furby the Furball (a female canine) and Tippy (a male canine). Furby's cage needed fresh newspaper. All three pet dogs eats dry dog food. One orange juice container used as a dry dog food scoop for each dog. I ate breakfast while reading the morning paper. Breakfast cereal with sliced bannanas, orange juice and coffee. I never eat my breakfast cereal with milk. I prefer my dry cereal to remain dry. I'm odd that way. Anyway, I peddled from my house to the Medina County District Library. I'm surfing the internet before clocking in to work at Mr. Hero Restaurant. The good news is that the recession is slowly comming to an end. The unemployment in Cleveland, Ohio is lower than the unemployment rate in Columbus, Ohio.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
The snow is finally starting to melt. It's predicted to rain for most of this week. Rain hasn't fallen yet because it's supposed to start this evening. I'm ready for anything. I mailed my Federal, State and Local Income Tax forms. I'm not going to pay anything because I only earned roughly $5,000.00 for the entire year 2009. I'm hoping to have better financial prospects for the year 2010. Oh yes, this is the best time to watch the film 2010. It's great fun to compare the film events of 2010 with the actual year 2010. I'm still waiting for a manned mission to Jupiter. Considering that NASA has had most of it's government funding taken away, it would be a mircle if we get to see another NASA spacecraft orbiting the Earth once a month like usual. Anyway, I'm heading for work at Mr. Hero Restaurant. It's time to earn my monthly paycheck. Minimum wage employment is still my exclusive source of income.
Thursday, March 4, 2010
Time flies very quickly. It's hard to believe that an entire year has already flown past. April 2010 will be the first year anniversery of my relocation to Cleveland, Ohio. It's hard to believe that I actually followed through with my plan to relocate to Cleveland, Ohio. It's hard to believe that my relocation to Cleveland, Ohio has been so successful. Relocating to Cleveland, Ohio offers me the opportunity to start over with a fresh clean slate. Brand new beginings is the theme for the years 2009 and 2010. I shall take advantage of my opportunity to start over with a fresh clean slate with enthusiasm.