Well, indeed. Soon it was the dawn of a new day. The reporter did call on the third day and we chatted on the phone for about a half hour. I shared my experience, and the reporter shared his experience. We then decided that we were going to work together. We have since done many, many jobs together and it has developed into a very productive relationship for both of us.
I have since acquired other clients as well. I am not saying that everything is lucrative, but I am saying that it is… Continue
Added by John E. O'Sullivan II on December 20, 2007 at 11:32 —
I've never blogged before, and I don't even know if this is a blogging topic. I recently added some very hot tunes to my page. As more time presents itself, more music will appear. It's all going to be of the "Hair Metal" genre. As I am a child of the '80s. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. ROCK N' ROLL!!
Added by Leslie Cox on December 19, 2007 at 20:25 —
Well, indeed it wasn't the end of the road. It was the beginning of something totally different. I applied for unemployment, because we needed to have money coming into the house. When i first applied I didn't know if I could run a business and collect at the same time. Well I found out. New York State Department of Labor has a program called SEAP which stands for Self Employment Assistance Program. They allow you to start a business and continue collecting benefits at the same time. They ask… Continue
Added by John E. O'Sullivan II on December 19, 2007 at 6:37 —
But was it the end of the road, really? When I was growing up the people that were bigger than me would tell me, "God has a plan for you." I often wondered what they meant. And as I struggled through life I asked myself many times is this what God had intended for me? I could never answer the question.
Well, it wasn't the end of the road after all. You see, I had a dream of working from home ever since we moved to Long Island. Not that waking up 2 hours before work and then travelling… Continue
Added by John E. O'Sullivan II on December 18, 2007 at 5:51 —
I don't know if anyone else does this full time, but I do. I thought it was a curse when my former boss sat me down around 8 months ago and said, "We're very sorry, but we have to let you go." My heart sank. I poured my heart and soul into that business for 16 years. Now what was I going to do. I had a wife at home, two small children, a hefty mortgage payment for a house in the suburbs on Long Island. It was the end of the road.
Added by John E. O'Sullivan II on December 17, 2007 at 21:06 —