Monday, July 4, 2016

In which Primo goes to California to see his stepdaughters and their families and has lunch with his former co-workers, who tell him about open jobs at the company

Even though it has now been 18 months since Primo quit working for a year, I am not as concerned as I was. I know he does not want to return to the kind of work he did for 30 years, but if he cannot find a job elsewhere, it is nice to know it is an option.

Nope. I am not particularly concerned that he be fulfilled with his work. I like my job, but it does not satisfy my deep yearnings for recognition and a feeling that I am Making the World A Better Place.

They pay me.

That's what work is for.

Primo can work for money and volunteer to Save the World. It works for me.

2 comments:

  1. Yep, when I worked it was for the money. I liked my job and I was good at it, but no real feeling of satisfaction.

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  2. It's a lot warmer out there............

    Of course it also costs about 10,000 times as much to live!

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