Good morning readers. Thanks for coming by for a read this morning.
A nice little norther blew in here the past couple of days, cooled things down something awful. I slept in the RV, and by ones and twos the cats volunteered to join me inside for a bit of quality time, sleeping on my chest, purring and kneading claws pleasantly. They tell me, with reservations, they think they’re going to be able to hunker down and live in there.
Came just in a nick of time, too, because what? Three daybreaks ago? I noticed something coming out of the now-open chicken house just after dawn. Double-take revealed it to be a bobcat, small for a bobcat, but large enough to make a meal out of any of these wannabe toughies. Last night the cats and I played fruit-basket-turn-over, two inside alternating with two nearby waiting their turn to come up next time I got up to pee.
Got my ‘Work for RVers and Campers Newsletter by email this morning:
Work for RVers and Campers: Employment, Volunteer Positions, Jobs, and Business
Nowhere near as many listings in there for west Texas, New Mexico and Arizona as there were last issue, which had a couple I found exciting. This issue only has a couple in Texas, neither far enough west to suit me, and one in Arizona up in the neighborhood of Sedona. They want someone in an RV park up there to do various things in exchange for a place to park.
But me going to Sedona would be carrying coals to Newcastle, I reckons. Besides, they wanted applicants to send a photo of themselves, along with a resume. With winter coming on I reckons I’d have to figure out which winter pic of me to send:
I’d naturally want to throw out the best possible impression of myself I could.
And they want the resume to demonstrate how I’m a people person, which of course, I am. Ain’t hardly any more people people out there than I am, taken from certain perspectives. But I’m not sure how I’d go about conveying it to them.
Been a long time since I wrote a resume, though I used to count myself a fair hand at doing it. If I was the one doing the hiring out there, I’d jump at me.