Monday, June 21, 2010
TODAY IN CLEVELAND, IT'S SUNNY WITH THE VAGUE CHANCE FOR RAIN (THE WEATHER REPORT IS OFTEN WRONG THOUGH)
I'm in the Medina County District Library typing this document. Fathers Day has come and left. It was a holiday that was didn't have an actual father present, but it was still cool anyway. I got to spend time with my Biologic Mom and my brother Mitchel instead. I'm on my way to employment at Mr. Hero Restaurant. Payday is a few days from now. It's great to earn a regular paycheck again. I ate lots of chicken yesterday---Both grilled and fried. I ate breakfast cereal, orange juice and coffee. I'm forty-two years old and I'm still not sure how to spell the word cereal. Thank goodness for the spell check function in word processors. I'd be lost without it. Spelling has never been my strongest point. I'll get better in spelling eventually.
Friday, June 18, 2010
So continues my fifteenth month of residence in Cleveland, Ohio. I'm surfing the internet in the library on my way to employment at Mr. Hero Restaurant. I enjoy working at Mr. Hero Restaurant. Mr. Hero Restaurant serves really delicious food. The cheap prices are even better with an employee discount. Finding employment at Mr. Hero Restaurant was certainly a fantastic development for me. I'm having a wonderful summer. Summer 2010 is even better because I'm earning a regular paycheck. It's great to have a reliable source of income. Having a reliable source of income makes life so much better. n
Thursday, June 17, 2010
It's slightly chilly outside, but I know the weather will warm up. Yesterday, the weather reports predicted rain, but nothing arrived. Yet I brought along my raincoat inside my backpack anyway. It's always good to be on the safe side, just in case. I'm slowly making regular payments to reduce to college tuition debt that I owe Ohio State University and Franklin University. I didn't drop out of school. I'm just taking some time off to reduce my economic debt. I try very hard to be as debt free as humanly possible. I'm in good spirits. Today is going to be a great day.
Saturday, June 12, 2010
I still don't know much about computer programming. I flunked the Microsoft Office computer application when it was taught to me at Ohio State University. I passed the education lesson on how to use Microsoft Office computer application when it was offered to me at Franklin University. The time I spent taking college classes at Franklin University was much more productive than the time I spent taking college classes at Ohio State University. The reason is that math is hard. Ohio State University spends too much time with impossible to understand math lessons. Franklin University offers easier to understand math lessons. That makes all the difference in the world. However, looks as though I won't be attending classes at Franklin University anymore now that I'm living in Cleveland, Ohio. Still, I was able to take ninety percent of the nessary classes except for the final four needed to graduate. Plus, I got a 3.0 grade point average at Franklin University. That should make college class tranfer easy to accomplish.
RAIN IS PREDICTED TODAY, BUT IT HASN'T ARRIVED YET. I GUESS THAT'S A GOOD THING. OR RATHER, I HOPE IT'S A GOOD THING. RAIN IS FUN TO WATCH.
I've read news reports about Abby Sunderland being rescued from the Indian Ocean when the mast on her sailboat was broken. Her efforts to sail around the world was hindered in the Indian Ocean. She's alive and well, but her efforts to become the youngest person to sail around the world has ended badly. Still, it's nice to know that she survived her voyage without injury.
I've been eating packages gummie bears and gummie worms as I'm writing this. I bottle of Coke is nearby as well. I'm typing this in the Medina County District Library. I'm scheduled to work Mr. Hero roughly one hour and forty-seven minutes from now. I'm briefly surfing the internet along the way. Fast food employment is a fun source of income. I've been working fast food for such a long time, it's hard to think of myself doing anything else. I do desire employment in business administration some day. When I pay off the college tuition debt that I owe Ohio State University and Franklin University, I'll certainly do so. Paying off my financial debt is very important to me. Anyway, life is great. I'm in good spirits.
Thursday, June 10, 2010
I still have sunburns on both of my arms. However, the redness of the burns is getting lesser with each passing day. That's fortunate. I forgot to use sunblock one day and I'm paying for the mistake. Now I'm wearing sunblock more often. Life certainly will be getting better. It rained yesterday morning. It won't be raining again until this Saturday. Bright sunny summer days is always a lot of fun.
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
The truth is that I'm bad in spelling. I'm dependent on the spell check function on work processing programs. I'm not ashamed of my dependency on using spell check when using word perfect and Microsoft word. Whatever makes it easier for me to compose a manuscript on the computer is preferred. Personally, I prefer word perfect over Microsoft Word. Microsoft Word has picked up this weird habit of placing a huge epic sized gap between paragraphs. Why would a comptuer program do such a thing? It makes no sense. No junior high, high school or college class would like to see epic sized gaps between paragraphs. With luck, such a glitch would be removed the next time there's an microsoft office program update. At any rate, I'm sticking with word perfect for a little bit longer. Or failing that, I'll simply use an earlier form of Microsoft Word program that doesn't place epic sized gaps between paragraphs.
Saturday, June 5, 2010
It's predicted to rain. There was a brief light drizzle that lasted for less than two minutes when I peddled my bike to the Medina County District Library. Nothing much beyond that. I have my rain coat in my backpack just in case. I've been doing so for mostly the entire week. It's too hot outside to actually wear the blue colored raincoat. However, rain keeps getting predicted so I can't leave it behind. I don't own an automobile so the backpack is the only way to carry the thing. Still, it's better than rain is predicted. Rain is great for fish, ducks and plants. The trees of the Earth is thankful that rain continues to fall.
Friday, June 4, 2010
It's summer in Cleveland, Ohio. I stopped by the Medina County District Library on my way to work at Mr. Hero Restaurant. It's predicted to rain for most of this week, but the weather prediction mostly turned out to be false. I still have a raincoat packed in my backpack anyway just in case. It's always good to be safe rather than sorry. It still would be a good day even if it rains. I always enjoyed thunderstorms. Thunderstorms are calm, soothing and relaxing.