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The First Day of the Job
Hey Reader,

Well, I have survived the first day of my job. I have to say it is quite possibly the EASIEST job EVER. The description that was given to me for the job made it sound a bit complicated. What it should have really said  is this: Putting packets together for nine hours straight save a couple ten minute breaks and a half an hour to hour lunch. Seriously. All they had to say when I asked what I would be doing is that. I would have gotten it.

It's incredibly BORING. Sooooooooooo boring. The good news is, the more boring the job is, the more my mind wanders and the more my mind wanders, the more story ideas flutter about in my mind. I just can't believe I'm getting paid $8 an hour to do this. It's ridiculous, but I'm not going to complain. It could NOT be any easier. Boring, dull, mind numbing, yes, but easy and when I get home, my time is MY time. I don't have to read some stupid book I hate, I don't have to write a paper, I can work on my story and read other stories.

What's really stupid is I was told I had to dress up for this job and when I got there everyone else was in t-shirts and jeans and tennies. I am thrilled. I get to wear a Stones shirt and some comfy jeans and my good tennies. I HATE dress shoes. They make my back hurt and they're terribly uncomfortable, and I think people in hell are forced to wear them. Same goes for panty hose. All I gotta say is I'm happy I won't have to be all fancy while I do the most boring job in the world.

The only thing that sucks about it? The endless paper cuts. Other than that, it's not all that bad. I just hope I don't die of boredom. . .guess who's going to bring a little notebook for the break periods to jot ideas down?

Until next time,

Far Away Eyes

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I have to admit, I like both of those pizza brands. And WOW, that much?! Even Ben and Jerry's isn't that much. I don't even think the Dove ice cream is that much.

At least Blue Bell is very reasonable, it's under two bucks for a half pint. And I love their advertising campaign: "We eat all we can and sell the rest." It sounds like Schwanns might be doing the same. :O)

I think they might. It's kind of weird for me, because they OWN my little humble town. Just about anything and everything that is built(including the new events center that will be built at the college) bears Schwan's name it seems. The Schwan's Ice Facility, the Schwan's Event Center. . .it's their town. We just live in it.

And yeah they do want that much, but then again, Schwan's does do home delivery of the stuff on top of grocery sales.

Oh yeah! We used to have one that came around the neigborhood I lived in. I used to by the pack of individual pizzas and I forget what else. I only have the freezer over my fridge so I can't get too much of anything at one time. I occassionally pass by their truck on my way home now, though I don't guess they come to anyone here in my apartments - but probably down to the nice new subdivision down the street, or the one right across from the golf course.

It sounds like you got in with the right company. Hopefully, this will lead to something else.

I see Schwan's trucks almost every day, lmao. It's wild. My family and I have never bought any, mainly cause it's too spendy, but we do know about it and we do know what it tastes like. And yeah, I hope it leads to something else.

It sounds like if they own the town, then that's the place to be. At least you're in the door.

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