Historically, I never wear down that quickly. Especially with my job. I stuck with Pinkerton through thick and thin for 7 years. I gained enough experience to be where I am now and felt that it was time for me to move on, and I did.
The New York Times gave me that chance and I took it. knowing so well of the consequences that it would have in taking the job. I’m tired of the commute. The job is great but the moment I get to the office, my body is already worn out. 4 hours everyday is enough to make you go nuts.
Either I need a new place to stay, or a new job. Finding a place to stay is easy but complicated. Complicated because I’d have to factor out unknowns, like where Marchesa’s teaching assignment is going to be. Once Marchesa teaches, which is the best daycare for Emma. These things make it complicated.
I just want to walk up to my boss and tell him that I can’t do this anymore. I’m tired of commuting 4 hours a day. But I can’t since I’m the only one that’s bringing in money that’s enough for us to live by. Enough money so I can even send some to the Philippines at a moments notice.
I need to find a way to rejuvenate my tired body. I need suggestions. I need help.
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