While in Birmingham I have to begin the eviction process. My newest tenant, who was referred to me by my best friend, has turned out to be a scam artist. She sends me small amounts of money, which is the only reason I've waited this long to evict her. Between unkept promises and the bad check she wrote me, it's time for her to find a new home. I dread having to rent the townhouse again so soon. I really thought I was positioning myself to be able to settle down in Clearwater and not have to deal with vacancies for a while.
If everything works out the way it should I will be staying with my mom while in Birmingham. Our relationship is such that she quite possibly will change her mind the day I arrive. No worries - I've slept in the Corolla before.
When I return to Florida I have a big project waiting for me. It's a new petroleum audit that looks rather tough. I have 43 stores to do over 5 days. Each store pays $14 so in total I will earn $602. I just have to keep reminding myself how much I will make when I get discouraged.
Wow. That's a lot of audits in a short time. Good luck. I did my first gas audit the other day. Had to buy a safety vest, but I got one for free. The station was a dump, it didn't score very well.ReplyDelete
The crappy stations always take the longest. I love pulling into a nice, clean station because I know I can get in and out of there fast. The audits get easier once you've done several. Best of luck, Pat!Delete