The story of a day in the life of an unsuccessful office worker

About

Welcome to Another Day, Another Ten Cents!

My name is Andrew and I am glad you have come to visit. I hope you have a lot of fun and enjoyment as you read through the stories on this site.

How this site works

This site works a little differently to the way some conventional blogs work.

Most blog entries on this site combine in a series with other blog entries in the same sub category to make one long running story. Each blog entry essentially forms an individual episode within a story.

In each story, a fictional character narrates in humorous detail a typical day in his or her life. The first story will be about a day in the life of an unsuccessful office worker. Over time, stories about additional fictional characters will be added.

Although each story is fictional, many of the ideas described in these stories are based on my own personal experience or the experiences of people that I know.

About me

I grew up in a wonderful family in Melbourne, Australia.

I lived in Melbourne for twenty eight years where I worked as an accountant. I now live in a beautiful green countryside area in South Korea, where I am teaching English as a second language in public schools.

I enjoy bushwalking, reading, studying Korean, drinking Korean beer and soju (Korean alcoholic drink, similar to whiskey). I also enjoy writing (hence this web site).

 More seriously, I am a Christian. I believe that the lord god, through his amazing grace (and love) has fully forgiven all of my sins through the death (and subsequent resurrection) of his son Jesus Christ on the cross.

Comments

Please feel free to share any feelings or experiences you or people you know which may be similar to those described on this site. I, and other readers are  interested in what you have to share with us.

Cheers

Andrew (nickname Drew or Andy)

Chungjulake

Comments

  1. November 12th, 2007 | 5:27 am

    Just an hello, I’ve tried before to arrive at this site, but now bingo. I’ll enjoy reading your stories. I love hearing all the news from Mum, what an experiance you are having!
    The people you are meeting, their culture, it is all so very different, country side is so scenic, it must be magic in the spring. I was surprised to hear of rice crops, especially when I heard how cold it gets, I always associated rice growing in warmer climes - different varieties for different areas I expect. Love Les.

  2. November 12th, 2007 | 5:07 pm

    Thanks Les & Bruce.

    Living in Korea is wonderful.

    The rice is planted in Spring and harvested in Autumn. During these times the weather is not so cold - it’s mostly cold from December to February.

    I hope you enjoy reading the stories.

    Cheers

    Andrew

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