Thursday, May 5, 2011


I went to Wheaton to have dinner with some friends.  I know it's kind of a stretch counting Wheaton as one of the new places I go each day, but it did take up the time I usually allocate for going to places. 

I just don't want anyone to think I'm getting lazy and laying in bed all day.  It's pretty tempting, but I'm not there yet.

1 comment:

  1. Pre-recession all of my friends were gainfully employed with starry eyed visions of being millionaires via hard work. I was Big Law and now work a shitty sales job after two years of networking and smoozing to no avail. My friends teased me at first for being laid off, but now they all have been laid off too. Most were engineers or bankers, some were in accounting, all were under 35. The field is level and now we all have abundant free time for social endeavors. I mean once you understand that this country is dead, you can move on and adapt. We've all discussed this over drinks many times. It seems the best opportunities are now overseas. None of us have money anymore so cheap is the new word - Atlanta restaurants now fail if they don't go ScoutMob/Groupon. Boomers can only bolster the economy so long before retail breaks into pieces...