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Tuesday, June 02, 2009

What to do

Today we had the cable shut off but I can’t say that I miss it so much. I won’t have all the end world news pouring into the house like I used too. The girls watched it and the cartoons and other shows kept them entertained. I broke out the DVD's and the kids were fine. That won't last long but we have a ton of board games that will bring the family together. I think, but I’m not sure that the wireless is stealing the signal for my online network but I don’t know how that works. The electric and the gas shut off is coming soon, its just a matter of when.

Papamoka is going by the same way as the Dodo Bird and I think that I should say goodbye while I still can. Not by my choice. All of our other contributors to the site should be able to log on and post but my voice is going to be silenced soon due to a financial meltdown. It has been fun, I enjoyed and loved everyone that has become my friend in the comments and the links or personal emails. I’m working my ass off to try and get all the bills paid but start up businesses are hard and one bill I can let go is my internet and cable connection that is pretty high. Charter by the way sucks! Classic snooze you loose gamble. Nice deal my ass, fall behind on the three for $99 deal and you have a $180 bill per month. Bastards! Having milk, cereal, and putting a basic meal on the dinner table for the girls is far more important.

I thank you all for reading this site over the years. I love ya all and I will miss you. Take care of you.

Papamoka

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9 Comments:

Blogger B.J. said...

Don't knock your site down. You'll be back. I would love to play a board game with you and the girls. Best, BJ

6:08 AM  
Blogger by Michael Boh said...

I am so sorry that you and your family are going through such a rough time. I guess we all are, but yours sounds particularly worrisome. I'm killing myself just to make ends meet - I guess it proves the GOP got their dream economy. I only hope you get back on your feet soon Mat. I will pray for you and your family, so don't give up hope. We do care, even if we can't do more. We'll try to keep the blog going until you come back to full strength. Hang in there buddy! Good luck - MB

9:13 AM  
Blogger sue said...

Just yesterday my husband got the call.. if they can't find a position for him, he will get laid off...
I have truely enjoyed your posts and your friendship, and I sure hope to meet here again soon, Take care of the girls, and yourself! xoxoxo

11:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good luck Papa. Thank you for your hospitality. Wish there was more I could do. I don't pray but I will pray for you.
Lisa

3:41 PM  
Blogger David said...

It's a tough time for a lot of folks.

Good luck.

7:35 PM  
Blogger Jeff Barnard said...

I wish I could help, Matt. This began for me seven years ago when I was laid off. I've been eking out a living any way I can ever since.

6:03 AM  
Anonymous Frodo, Keeper of the Ring said...

In his most recent post, Frodo used a topical song. He dedicates the words to Papamoka with the wish that the wind turns to his sail, and lights guide him to a safe harbor.

"Aye Calypso, I sing to your spirit. . ."

7:55 AM  
Blogger The GTL™ said...

Mat, as you know, I have my own walking papers at the end of the month, so I can definitely relate, my brother. On the other hand, guys like you and I are survivors and I have no doubt you will be back soon. God Bless and know you are in so many's prayers, brother...

3:28 PM  
Blogger Ms.Crystal said...

Matt, Sorry I have been a bad friend. Didn't know you were having such as hard time. I am sorry. I can pick up the slack and contribute a bit now if need be...

7:33 PM  

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