Ever since lockdown I’ve had the opportunity to work multiple jobs. Which has been much easier than working one job five-six days a week. I’ve revived my acting career, started a podcast and completed an album. I’ve also been spending time in the mortuary business. That’s been the best!
Yes! This is the same person that’ll avoid a funeral service at any cost. If it was a family member, I would babysit a hollering child so I wouldn’t have to go. Today I see what goes on behind the scenes and the hard work that goes on. The most enjoyable has been the services. I know it’s a somber moment. To see other cultures and how their services are. It’s wonderful! Some will have a whole band come in and give their relatives a good send off. Also, it’s the complimentary appreciation that comes after. To make a family feel good during a rough time is amazing.
This week I was asked to help out my job. The one that I worked before lockdown. It’s been a year and a half. Except for handling online services. I thought it would be nice to do. Also, to make some shopping money. It’s only for a few days. To be honest…. I don’t miss it at all. The good thing is that I’m remote. I can still focus on my own business and work at the funeral home. I did promise myself to never get back into the salon business ever again. However, I don’t have to see anyone. I’m glad that I don’t have to see any of the stylists. With the exception of two.. I don’t mind a trip to see them. This is probably why I didn’t focus on my stuff before. This job will bother you when your off. My alarm would go off and a text or phone call from someone at the job. By the time the shift was over. I just wanted to sleep or drink. I guess a job can lead you to drink. Or, maybe I didn’t realize that I hated it so much. Being a receptionist from home is much better. I can truly say…. I don’t miss this at all. Note to self… It’s only for three days.
You can pre-save or preorder my mixtape “Complex Compositions out November 5, 2021.