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"Down the Drain with Jane"
Wednesday, September 9, 2009 • Posted September 9, 2009

Seems folks are always hacked off about something, these days. Okay, I was really hacked off last week, but being hacked off isn’t a very good state to be in. It will raise your blood pressure and then you’ll get hacked off again because you have to pay for blood pressure medicines. Then always being hacked off causes wrinkles and that means buying wrinkle creams. So to always be in the state of being hacked off about something or someone will cost you.

Seems some folks are just not suited for their professions. Being a veterinarian and being allergic to pet hair is not the chosen profession of one. Too, being a surgeon and being squeamish of blood isn’t good either. Any person in the healthcare field should be not be allergic to people! That’s like Z being a kindergarten to eighth grade teacher! Just not an acceptable professional choice.

This is so true to be in a profession that’s suitable to you. One that you enjoy. On this Labor Day, I can truthfully say, that I’ve got a job. There are those who don’t, you know. I’ve got a job that is enjoyable, sometimes down right funny. Some folks don’t like their jobs. I’ve seen it on their faces at Wal-Mart and Cafe’s, etc.. The look on their faces makes you want to run and hide in the toy department.

So, if I was only hacked off last week, then I’m going to consider myself lucky. There are some that stay hacked off for a lifetime. Even Z didn’t stay hacked off all that long about the dog additions. And has accepted the puppy and Uncle Archie. Seems the grandsons think Goobers and Uncle Archie are just great. My sons just think it’s their Momma’s way of having a full house again. You know, they're right!

P.S. Remember, “It is better to be hacked off than hacked on!” But try to be neither is best!

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