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Today I bought a piece of glass, and I’m thrilled!We are new residents in Florida, coming from a ghetto shack in Richmond Virginia, victims of the 2008 Great Recession. It was hard, but we have recovered from job loss and a foreclosure, and we have reestablished an excellent credit rating. We have fulfilled a dream and rejoined the middle class with a modest home three miles from the Atlantic.When we moved, most of our furniture and other belongings, much of which was acquired second-hand in the first place, was just not worth the expense of putting on a moving van for 700 miles. So when we arrived here in Florida, we didn’t have much. We were confident that once we were here, we could haunt the local thrift stores and find wonderful pieces versus new cardboard and particleboard dorm crap from Target.To my complete surprise and disgust, I’m not finding employment. I’m working as a temp as often as I can, but I’m definitely not working with any kind of consistency. I never missed a 40-hour week in Richmond, even between jobs. There was always temp work. Not only am I not getting 40 hours a week as a temp with any regularity, but the permanent jobs I’m applying for are paying literally 2/3 the wages I was making in Richmond. I mean, I understand that there’s no deduction off my paycheck for Florida state income taxes, but health insurance premium deductions and my mortgage are at 2019 prices, so why is the base pay rate stuck in the 1980s? It really is difficult for me to wrap my head around the fact that with 30 years clerical and administrative experience I’m gonna end up making $12 an hour; I was making more than that when I quit my job in 1995 because, among other reasons, I hadn’t had a raise in five years and didn’t feel like I was being paid what I was worth!My husband works from home, still earning his Richmond wage; thank goodness his boss doesn’t care what address he plugs in from, as long as he’s plugged in from 7:30am! David’s check covers our mortgage and all our bills, but there’s not much left over. We were counting on my wages to buy new furniture and for the expenses of exploring living permanently in a vacation destination. With my not finding work, we’ve put all that off. No new furniture yet.Except my mother is coming to visit. She’s going to stay almost a month. I’m so excited, and I can’t wait! But, now I have a deadline: she’s already bought her airline ticket and I need to furnish a guest room on the cheap.My “brilliant” idea, me who has 40 hours a week of free time and who is absolutely sick of the housewife crap of pushing a mop every day, was to build a bed out of old wooden pallets. Me, with no power tools or woodworking experience; I’ve got a hammer and a screwdriver; I can do this, right?It took several weeks, but I found a local business that was grateful that I wanted to haul away their old wooden pallets. 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I stacked my plywood on top as a platform for the new mattress, added the carpet padding the guy at the remnant store gave me for free to keep my new mattress from sliding around, and strung my new summer-clearance-priced leftover Christmas lights:I was ready to use the Christmas mad money I had squirreled away; I ordered our new queen memory foam mattress. Here it is, the first morning after the mattress arrived:I have half a dozen glass shelves topping my little side table. My six pieces of glass shelving don’t want to lie flat on the rustic pallet table, and they slide around pretty good.I bought glue-on glass and kitchen cabinet cushions, hoping they’d help them stay put.This is a temporary solution until my brother arrives to pick up my mom to take her home; he’s bringing me a round glass tabletop he isn’t using. Not ideal; I would like to have glass in place when my mother arrives for her visit, not after she’s leaving. And a round tabletop on a square table . . . but for free, and on my budget, I’ll make do. Have you priced new 1/4” tempered glass?? {shudder}It’s another two months until my mother arrives, but we are ready. I’ve bought new matching sheets and blankets, pillows, the reading cushions, and a coffee maker, and I’ll put all that out just before I pick her up from the airport. I’ve spent this week banging nails to hang our artwork and I hung seashells and dollar-store fishnets I dyed with blue food coloring over the window. It really has turned out to be a cute little room. I’m really pleased with it.Today I drove 15 miles to an unfamiliar town just south of us; my new sheet set was ready for pickup at the only Kohl’s location in the area. Afterwards, I ended up visiting a thrift store in Kohl's neighborhood; today was “Customer Appreciation Day” and everything was 20% off, so I checked it out.And for a whole $4, I bought a used square glass tabletop that was just the right size!I cleaned it and added the glue-on glass cushions so it stays put, it’s absolutely perfect.And that’s what I bought today that I’ve needed for a while!Oct 8 2019 EDIT:I am on my way this morning to pick my mother up from the Orlando MCO airport; her guest room is ready! For those of you who were interested, here is the final result:

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