A lot of people have asked me how I’m doing lately. And by “a lot,” I mean three. But I’m not on vacation. I don’t have time to keep up with that kind of demand, so I’m going to resort to this rather impersonal mass communication venue to keep you all up to speed on how I’m doing.
And by “impersonal,” I mean somewhat personal.
By “mass communication venue,” I mean blog post to be read by at least four people (including you).
By “up to speed,” I mean relatively in the know.
And by “how I’m doing,” I mean a slightly more involved answer to the question “How are you doing?” than what one would typically give whilst riding an elevator but slightly less involved than what one would typically give whilst stuck on an elevator.
Wait . . . what am I doing? Oh yeah. An update.
First of all, I’m still me. I still care. I still write (in theory). I still eat. I still don’t bother getting enough sleep. I still put my pants on one day at a time. Wait. That’s not right.
I’m an insurance agent with Bankers Life and Casualty. That’s new. Our office is in South Bend, though I’m building a client base in Porter County. I like it.
I like it because I like people. I get to know a lot of people, and I enjoy that quite a bit. I help people. I enjoy that, too. It’s really pretty simple.
I like simple.
I’m not exactly drowning in simplicity in my life, but I’m not drowning in anything else, either. I’m good. I’m happy. I’m lucky.
So that’s how I’m doing. I appreciate your concern, prayers, questions, thoughts, love, advice, silence, vibes, curses, blessings, indifference, or rabidly obsessive interest, whatever your general posture toward me might be. Thanks for reading. I hope all is well.