Career worth the waiting

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This is my 38th year as a waitress. I started out in 1975 at Sconyers Bar-B-Que. I worked at a couple of other places, and in 1987 I got the opportunity to return to Sconyers.

When I have to retire, I can look back on a lot of good memories, customers, co-workers and the best boss I could have ever had. We are like one big family at work. I just want to thank God for the blessings in my life.

And no, Mr. Larry, I do not want a raise – just let me work ’til I can’t walk anymore!

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GiantsAllDay
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GiantsAllDay 05/22/13 - 01:58 am
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Janet, A job that one enjoys

Janet,
A job that one enjoys is the best job of all. You are numbered among the fortunate minority. I wish you many more years doing what you love.

etlinks
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etlinks 05/22/13 - 07:34 am
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Good for you Janet I'm sure

Good for you Janet I'm sure you are appreciated. Why would the above post receive a thumbs down?

GiantsAllDay
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GiantsAllDay 05/22/13 - 10:53 am
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etlinks: My guess is that

etlinks:
My guess is that person was not criticizing my statement but had a problem with its source.

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