It was bound to happen. In seeking more work, while Sweetie is still job hunting, i think i have now officially run out of hours in the day because i have found more work than i can do.
If it all works out the way i think it will, this will be my schedule:
On Sundays, i will still be at church, often in the nursery, helping with clean up, helping with the homeless church, and going to prayer meeting on Sunday evening along with a Sunday evening Bible study group.
On Mondays, i will have Ms. S, and perhaps a second job (so considered because my primary job is housecleaning/janitorial work) when i leave her home at 2pm.
On Tuesdays, i will have that second job also, at a local retail store. On the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month, the second job will be in the afternoon, after cleaning for Ms. V.
On Wednesdays, there will be Ms. G, followed by work at the second job.
On Thursdays, cue the same, working with Ms. P in the morning and the second job in the afternoon.
Fridays will alternate between Ms. R and Ms. J, with me cleaning the cat shelter each Friday evening as usual and going to rEcess once a month.
Finally, on Saturdays, i will go to second job.
In addition, of course, i still have to clean my house, cook meals, do laundry, iron, prepare a gigantic meal every Saturday for Brother-in-Law, The Mouth, grocery shop, run errands, and etc.
If you see a blur speeding by, it was probably me. Throw me a banana or some spinach, please, i have to eat on the run.
Assassination of the Hero of the Nation Day/Prince Rwagasore Day -- Burundi (Commemorates the assassination of Prince Louis Rwagasore in 1961.)
Clean the Crumbs Out of the Broiler Oven Day -- keep it working longer, and prevent a potential fire
Fontinalia -- Ancient Roman Calendar (garlanding of fountains)
Ghatasthapana -- Nepal (start of a nine day Hindu festival, the longest and most auspicious festival in the Nepalese annual calendar)
International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction -- UN (this year the focus is on the use of traditional, indigenous, and local knowledge)
International Skeptics Day -- while there are skeptic organizations around the globe (list here), there's no documentation of this being celebrated internationally; maybe the creator of the day wanted us to be skeptical about it?
John Peel Day -- UK (in honor of his last broadcast)
Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day -- find information about this disease here
Modern Mythology Day -- internet generated, go look up a few modern myths on truthorfiction.net or snopes and have a good laugh
National Police Day -- Thailand (Wan Tamruat)
National Yorkshire Pudding Day
Navaratri Dusserha/Dasain/Dashain/Dasara -- Hindu (Festival of Dirva, wife of Shiva, and a time to go back home and reconnect with family, especially in Nepal and parts of India; through the 21st; local dates and official government days off will vary)
Navy Establishment Day -- US
Prince Rwagasore Day -- Burundi
Runic Half-month Wyn (joy) begins
St. Colman's Day (Patron of horned cattle, horses, and those who are to be hanged; Austria; against death by hanging and plague; a blessing of horses and cattle is still held at Melk on this day)
St. Edward the Confessor's Day (Patron of kings, those in difficult marriages, separated spouses; the English Royal Family)
Train Your Brain Day -- spread around the internet by no one knows whom, but today is a good day to commit to doing what you can to keep your brain young
Founding of Georgia Institute of Technology (Ga. Tech), 1885
Cornerstone of the White House laid, 1792
US Navy is authorized by the Continental Congress, 1775
Sacha Baron Cohen, 1971
Nancy Kerrigan, 1969
Kate Walsh, 1967
Kelly Preston, 1962
Jerry Rice, 1962
Glenn Anton "Doc" Rivers, 1961
Marie Osmond, 1959
Chris Carter, 1957
Sammy Hagar, 1947
Pamela Tiffin, 1942
Paul Simon, 1941
Melinda Dillon, 1939
Nan Mouskouri, 1934
Jesse Leroy Brown, 1926
Lenny Bruce, 1925
Margaret Thatcher, 1925
Nipsey Russell, 1924
Yves Montand, 1921
Cornel Wilde, 1915
L. L. Bean, 1872
Rudolf Virchow, 1821
Mary Hays "Molly Pitcher" McCauley, 1754
"Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"(Play), 1962
"Kukla, Fran and Ollie"(TV), 1947
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Nero becomes emperor, 54
The Vandals and Alans cross the Pyrenees and appear in Hispania, 409
Rabbi Issac Abarbanel begins his exegesis on the Torah, 1483
Jonathan Swift publishes the last of Drapier's letters, 1724
Charles Messier discovers the Whirlpool Galaxy, 1773
First publication of the "Old Farmer's Almanac", 1792
George Washington lays the cornerstone of the "Executive Mansion" (White House), 1792
Founding of B'nai B'rith, 1843
The first arial photo taken in the US, from a balloon over Boston, 1860
Eliezer Ben-Yehuda & friends agree to use Hebrew exclusively in their conversations, which begins the revival of it as an active and growing language, 1881
Greenwich, in London, England, is established as Universal Time meridian of longitude, 1884
Edward Emerson Barnard discovers D/1892 T1, the first comet discovered by photographic means, on the night of October 13–14, 1892
Ankara replaces Istanbul as the capital of Turkey, 1923
Premier of "Kukla, Fran, & Ollie", 1947
Fiji joins the United Nations, 1970
The first electron micrograph of an Ebola viral particle was obtained by Dr. F.A. Murphy, now at U.C. Davis, who was then working at the C.D.C, 1976
Ameritech Mobile Communications (now AT&T) launched the first US cellular network in Chicago, Illinois, 1983
End of the Lebanese Civil War, 1990
The 2010 Copiapó mining accident in Copiapó, Chile comes to an end as all 33 miners arrive at the surface after surviving a record 69 days underground awaiting rescue, 2010
In China, 23 elder members of the Communist Party of China call for ending the country's restrictions on free speech, 2010