A Perfectly Cursed Life

Because Blessings Are Overrated

My Own Personal Bailout September 25, 2008

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kimwithak @ 2:01 am
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The world is coming to an end…Clay Aiken revealed he’s gay (shock) and McCain suspended his campaign, for what I assume will be a very short time (actual shock).  The financial crisis has everyone by the short hairs though, wondering what will happen to our way of living.

So in that vein, I propose, my own personal bailout.

  1. I would like a job that is steady in work, but not over or underwhelming.
  2. I would like time to actually clean my kitchen.  I don’t want to do it.  I just want to have the time.
  3. I demand time to actually see The Mister.  He works afternoons and we see each other in passing, save one day a week.  It’s easy some weeks like this when I’m busier than a cat in heat. But I feel as if I’ve been a bad partner…and I don’t like the self-imposed guilt.
  4. I will accept oversight on my finances.  In fact, if someone could just take care of that, I’d be thrilled.
  5. I call for regulating my meals.  I’d like to get at least two, if not three, square meals a day.
  6. I move for a delay in having to do things…I’d debate someone, but I’d like a delay in, say, paying my mortgage.

So there’s six ideas for a good start to a personal bailout.  Something tells me no one is going to get on board with this.

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3 Responses to “My Own Personal Bailout”

  1. Lydia Says:

    I especially loved #2. Funny…and true!

  2. Jane Says:

    Hahaha… I also love #2.

  3. Wait – Clay Aiken is gay?


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