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You may be working in an office all summer with people that you don’t like, dealing with activities that are not exactly fun, but spend an hour with 5-year-old boys and I promise you will think your job is a breeze.
Every year, for three weeks in July, my younger brother and I would wake up before sunrise. We’d pack our lunch boxes and drive to the school parking lot where an old rented school bus would take us to the field of the day. I remember those early mornings as a haze: 30-or-so tired kids sitting silently on a bus, praying that the drive would be just a little longer and watching as the sun lifted over the horizon like a boiling egg yolk.
She gives you menial tasks such as: de-furring red cat hair from her white couches, sharpening pencils in her bathroom, washing her cat’s costumes, and finding twine that perfectly matches her cat’s scratching post. You find her requests bizarre and demeaning, but continue cleaning mildew covered light fixtures she’ll never use.