“Held Together with Some Cawter Pins” is a line from I think one of the funniest songs I’ve heard by Susan Warren. I have a first rate experience with cawter pins, any surprise?
Its called “City Kids.” While I think this song is beyond funny it uses hyperbole in comparing city kids and country kids.
Now that I find myself living in a “city” (cough,cough) country town, very small but bigger than the country (thank goodness there’s a library:). This song is still a harbinger to my existence.
My new town also has a park and absolutely no means of public transportation or jobs (slight eyeroll). But should this be as a surprise, haha? It’s not like I’m in Cincinnati or Des Moines.
So I’m at it again seeking out remote positions. Ha, what a lark that is.
Thankfully there’s a remote worker consultant in my area for workers looking for jobs. I am so thankful for this as who knows what kind of traveling and malarkey I’ll get myself into in the future.
I’m interested in improving my freelance writing. Which in itself is quite a battle that I’ve been a veteran in for quite too many years. And of which, admittedly, I haven’t figured out.
Nonetheless, I am very happy with my new residence which provides quite the multitude of opportunities to cook and clean, house maintenance, freelancing. Yes, I have become something of a Rosie the Riveter. Though thank goodness my man is not overseas fighting. WWII has been reported as one of the bloodiest times recorded in history. Sorry, little side tangent there. History is fascinating.
Since I’ve lived here I’ve been biking quite a bit more as the pavement is much better than gravel roads. My bike is a bit of a mess honestly. It could use a little TLC at this point. Ack! Yet another goal of mine to learn how to fix bikes. Which is quite a good trade to learn in the country.
For now I suppose I’ll just use cawter pins to hold it together…
Cheers to my friends and followers!