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Default Going bananas without job

Hi everyone:
Excuse since this is not a banana question, but i hope I can get good feedback! (By the way should I be posting this in the general tread???)

I lost my job last January. Got laid off. Since I am almost in my senior years, I do not want to go to a regular office job. NO MORE BOSSES thank you! I was wondering about "Work at Home" jobs but am skeptical and afraid about them. Anyone has any experience or information on "Work at Home" jobs???

Thanks immensely for your input.

By the way my plants have grown well (all). I am getting a lot of lettuce and carrots at this point. The old Banana plants outdoors did not fare well nor have they sprouted pups. I have placed the few I had in pots into the ground. I had sent you all photographs last time. If you would like to see my garden, I have three photos and another of my squirrel called Suzy Q!. (Not sure where I am going to place them. Please search under my profile). You wouldn't believe it, Suzy Q gave me the "be strong" sign (the morning of my surgery) by placing her right paw against her chest. I AM NOT KIDDING!
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