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“What do you do?”

Should I say I’m a Writer?

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You know that point in a conversation at a party when someone asks, “What do you do?” I always hesitate. Should I say teacher, or should I muster all my courage and say writer?

If I say teacher there’s a path of conversation, that follows: the age of the children, the subject, etc. I do not mind this conversation. I take every opportunity to educate people who…

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Michelle Scorziello

Michelle Scorziello

I am a special needs teacher who loves to read and write.

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