As much as we got business by word of mouth, people were still surprised to discover we were going out of business. There were a few last minute customers tonight, which delayed only slightly the inevitable.
I spent the last nine days with closing responsibilities. Long nights with little to do at times. Marking time. Sometimes it seems like a death watch.
As a small token of the owner's appreciation, I was able to take home about $40 worth of groceries for free. It will come in handy.
Somewhat sad right now. Reality gently tapped me on the shoulder as I was working.
Once again, I join the ranks of the unemployed.
A new trial begins.
Definitely walking by faith and not by sight.