On this day in 1863, General Stonewall Jackson died after having been shot by his own troops seven days earlier.
I doubt if you made a mistake that killed anyone, but whether you have or not, in honor of good old Jackson, write a short post about a mistake you made, or have read about and lesson you learned from it. ( I’m from the North, I don’t know if I should be honoring a confederate general. Naw, only kidding.)
Well, in honor of Stonewall Jackson, I’ll write this blog.
I think the biggest mistake I ever made was moving to Las Vegas. If I hadn’t moved to Las Vegas, I’d be happily ensconced in South Florida not dealing with the gang stalking that I’m dealing with. Not only that, but I would still be in contact with my family enjoying family time.
I had read in newspaper articles about how great the economy was in Las Vegas. I picked myself up, leaving family behind, and moved to Las Vegas. At the beginning, I earned a good paycheck. That lasted about two and a half years. In the third year of my arrival, things in Las Vegas began to go downhill. The economy was tanking. Also, at the same time, I was being harassed by my two neighbors, which would eventually lead to all my gang stalking problems.
I made the move to Las Vegas based only on the basis of how much money I would earn. If I had considered other things, like family, atmosphere, etc., I probably would not have moved to Las Vegas. Not only did the economy tank, but Las Vegas disappointed me in every way. I made a second mistake by not moving back to Florida when I realized Las Vegas did not fit the image I had of it!
So if I ever move somewhere else, it will not be only about how much money I can make, but things such as family, friends, atmosphere, etc.
Mistake made, lesson learned!
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