'Cause I'm receiving you!
Actually, I'm working as a receiver with an associate on a case 50 miles south of my house. He has many years of experience in this field and I have very little, but I'm learning a lot every day and it's very interesting. The only challenge is the time involved, but I'm not complaining because the pay is good. We've taken over a Mexican market and carniceria that's the subject of a lawsuit and I'm the guy on the ground. The store is open from 8:00 am until 10:00 pm and I'm there the whole time, every day, with two days off per week. We've been there for two weeks and we expect to wrap it up some time in May.
I have tomorrow off, but I have to be in the Santa Monica small claims court at 1:30 pm. One of my judgment debtors lost a motion to vacate the judgment for lack of notice and he appealed. He gets to appeal the ruling because the judge who heard our arguments that day was pro tem. So we get to do it all over again tomorrow. I'm just glad the hearing is not scheduled for 9:00 am. After working 70 hours in the last five days (80 hours if you include the commute time), I need to sleep in.