Thanks for that Miss C. I love writing - have loved it since I was 15 when I first created a novel (never published due to content). When I was in Freshman English I, we were asked to write a one-page summary talking about ourselves. And, where most individuals said their name, I took a totally different approach. I never once said who I was but told my classmates how they could find me in a crowd of folks.
Really, the issue of what she did and did not do or say or did not say is dead for me. I ranted and moved passed it. I tried to be professional and cordial, which did not sit well with her. I accept that Fiverr refuses to acknowledge a problem with its system. This is why I am glad for the opportunities that are heading my direction. (I just pray that the one I want is the one that works out).
In all honesty, I never saw myself working at a school, being a role model to kids.
Fiverr, at one time, was a necessity for my household (still is for the moment). But, if I get this job, then Fiverr becomes a hobby. And, if it falls through, my boss has already asked me to go to manager’s school and potentially take over a kitchen next year. I know one is coming open, and I was already being recommended for the position by the current manager there.
Either way, life is moving in a direction that will allow me to make more money and back off the need for Fiverr as much.
It is what it is… I love the clients I work with, but I can take or leave Fiverr after this school year.