> If you want me to go on arguing, you'll have to pay for another
>>> Have you consider talking to the bank about some kind of a
>>> small business loan? It sounds like you just need help getting
>>> over the hump, so to speak, and you'll be in much better shape
>>> after that.
>> I used to have pretty decent credit.... now, not so perfect, but
>> probably good. (High 600s.... not sure what banks think about
>> that.) I'll look into it.....
>> Honestly, I do love what I do... I just loved it more when I was
>> paid by the hour instead of by the article.
> I know the feeling. My wife and I started up a little web
> development company, literally in our ba***t, in the late '90s.
> We use RoadRunner for our ISP. We couldn't do our business without
> high speed bandwidth. (Of course, our sites are hosted elsewhere,
> but still.)
> Now we've grown the business to the point where it's my wife's
> full time job, and I help her a little where needed, and the
> company grossed more last year than I did at my FT job. This year
> is shaping up even bigger.
> Read the FAQ. It was wrote for idots like yew.
> "You know Foghorn Leghorn wouldn't pee in no jar!"
> --Mojo Nixon
Nothing beats the freedom of self-employment (although I have considerably
less right now, which is why I'm so grouchy. Before, I could afford to take
a day off if I wanted to... this Summer hasn't been like that, which sucks
with Anna home.)
I'm lucky I'm in the field I'm in, though...and I'm hoping things improve,
as the trends say.... (Taxonomy Development) I can't imagine doing anything
else....and especially can't imagine doing the ol' 9 to 5 thing again. Ugh.
Thanks for the encouragement, though..... nice to know the light at the end
of the tunnel isn't an oncoming train. heh