I spend a good chunk of my time either at the office or commuting there and back home. Even though I would love to be a stay at home person, I have to admit that I have a good job. The bosses are very nice and my coworkers are sweet. Most of my duties are enjoyable. As for the things I don't like to do.... that's why they call it work, right?!!!
The small yard at my office is maintained by a local yard maintenance company. They do a great job, right down to planting annuals. The building is an old southern home.
The worst job I ever had was "barning tobacco" when I was growing up. My current job is a walk in the park compared to that! I bet some of you North and South Carolina readers who grew up in the South can identify with that!
My first real job was at a Woolco Department Store. I worked at the refund and exchange desk. That was not my favorite job either! I also answered the phone like this: "Thank you for calling Woolco, we want to be your favorite store, How can I help you". I worked there for a year when I was 18.
After that I worked for the North Carolina Department of Revenue, in the office of a sewing factory, and in an accountants office. I learned many things in the accounting office that have helped me in my current job and in my personal life. Being able to prepare your own taxes is a good thing!
My current job, which I have had for 24 years, is a paralegal/bookkeeper at a law firm in a small southern town. It can be quite interesting!
Spring has come to my corner of the world!