31 questions | march 7.

March 7
What was your very first job?

I worked in a dentist’s office. After school, I spent a few hours organizing paperwork and filing. I got a [small] paycheck and free toothbrushes.

p.s. — My first job after college was working in my dad’s office. I did it for a summer and then I bailed. I *hated* it. He was a physician and I had to deal with *shudder* people. All. Day. Long. It was among my worst nightmares.

 

[Thanks to my dear friend Marquessa for this 31 questions challenge.]

         
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Sandra is a writer, blogger, poet, artist, emotional disaster. She thinks far too much and sleeps far too little. Sandra lives in the Northeastern U.S. but dreams of an oceanfront home in Hawaii where she could learn to surf. She loves books, brutal honesty, coffee, and the color black. She hates insincerity, beer, whipped cream, and facebook. And she is uncomfortable talking about herself in the third person.
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11 Responses to 31 questions | march 7.

  1. mydangblog says:

    My first job was working the snack booth, serving beer and hot dogs at the ninth hole of a golf course. I was thirteen and the men were so gross and sexist that I had to quit!

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  2. Spreadsheets and numbers are a much better fit for you!

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  3. My first job was working for my dad – organizing files for tax season. From ages 12-15. Got $25 an hour and he always had me do it before Christmas so I’d have some spending money haha.

    But “real job” was a waitress at a run down fish and chips place. Paid in cash, no records, boss hit on me (15 years old, he apparently thought I was 18….), quit and went back for a reference a month later and he was shut down for fraud.

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  4. M says:

    You must have seen some interesting things in the office…

    Liked by 1 person

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