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Yes, I Did Those Jobs

And, no, I don’t want to ever again!

Photo Credit — 十字花剑 / Wikimedia Commons

What was your first job? You know, the one that paid you actual money. Mine was cleaning Persian show cats’ cages for a woman who lived outside of town. $1 an hour. I was over the moon!

My fee for babysitting was only 50 cents an hour; I was going to clean up.

And I did




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