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While I’m Waiting To Be Fired, Part Two

When a door closed, a window opened.

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I waited four days with no work for my company to tell me that I was fired. Yes, it was the Thanksgiving holiday, but I spent the whole time stressed out about whether I still had a job or not. I was happy that I was working in the medical transcription field again I tried so hard to be everything they needed as an employee, but in the…

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Glenna Gill

Glenna Gill

My memoir, “When I Was Lost,” is available now. Stay in touch with me at www.glennagill.com

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