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Monday, June 13, 2011

Why I need to be a teacher

Unstructured time isn't good for me. Having a job where I'm scheduled to the literal minute helps me immensely. Why? Because when I'm left to my own devices, I think.

I think about how I'm almost 35.

I think about how I'm almost 35 and not married.

I think about how I'm almost 35 and not married and I don't care.

I think about how I'm almost 35 and not married and I don't care but I think maybe I should, because someone will need to be around when I'm 80 to feed me baby food.

I think about how I might not make it to 80.

I think about how I want to move away from Shakopee but I have no idea where I want to move to.

I think about how I want to quit my job, but it would be beyond stupid to do so.

I think about how I have over 500 friends on Facebook and not one person to spend my birthday with.

And then I think that I'm probably overthinking and that I really NEED that job so that I don't drive myself nuts THINKING all over the place.

1 comment:

oracle said...

Am doing some thinking too. Nobody wished me Happy Birthday on my last Birthday simply because I disabled my Birthday reminder on FaceBook. It was a reality moment that they didn't actually know my date of Birth.