Let me say up front that the chances of my going to work are slim. As I mentioned, I would have to have a ride to work, plus a back-up ride for times when my main ride was on vacation. I'd have to have these rides secured before I applied and accepted the job.
Someone commented that they thought I had retired. I've been retired most of my life, actually! I've done more of what I want to do than almost anyone I know.
Do I need the money? Extra spending money is always nice, but we're doing just fine; and in a couple of weeks I'll get my first social security deposit.
Let's say everything falls in place and I get hired: What if I hate the job? What if it requires more manual dexterity than I possess, and what if those ten-hour days are too long? (Working ten hours a day wouldn't be bad, though, considering you get a three-day weekend.)
So, if any of the above things happened, the answer is simple. I'd quit the job and resume my usual life, which is a wonderful one. If I made it a week, I'd have a paycheck for my efforts, and my country life would go on as always.
I mentioned to Cliff that I'd hate to put my daughter in a bind for a babysitter. He insists there are babysitters everywhere. and besides, he'd watch the girls in the morning for free. That way the daughter would only have to arrange after-school care. On non-school days, Cliff could tend to them until two or so in the afternoon.
But none of this will likely be necessary.