Honestly, I haven't been putting much time into my trading lately. Too many other things weighing me down. What, you ask? Women, work, and a thesis. I've just got to wrap up this education thing ... and soon! Then, I've got to get gainful employ, for a change. And women? There's no solution to that problem.
But that's not what I'm writing about today. I successfully negotiated a trade for a divorce, just as planned. And how did that happen? 38 of my skeins of yarn went to J., who promised to give a lawyer, A., felt-making lessons, if he would give me a no-fault divorce. And now I've had a divorce, but never been married!
"Had?" you ask? Yes, or soon to be "had," I hope. Needless to say, I'm not going to go into any details, but I'm now negotiating a trade for that item. In hindsight, I think maybe I should have traded for legal services dealing with immigration, or some less lousy type of legal service. At any rate, assuming this deal goes through, the question is really going to be: What am I trading for?