Hello everyone, I just wanted to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving, I have to work today, but its alraight cause i get 2x-and-a-1/2 (31$ a hour) So yeah i am kinda happy about it : )...what are you all doin?
lol, thank you for seeing my way about the extra cash!! Plus i work in a long term care facility so it was very rewarding to be with my residents for the holiday, i love them all!! And you better bet that i had more food there than ever on thanksgiving---101 residents families bringing in turkeys, pies, and ALL the trimings!!!
It sounds great!! How lucky,were they to have you such a nice supportive person to share Thanksgiving with.I'm sure they all were Thankful for your...Or should I say how lucky you were to get paid for making someone's day a little nicer. :o) Any way you put it you all made out pretty darn good. Good Job ( BRAVO ) well done...Young/gma
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