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RE: nursery interview apparel

Good Luck and don't sweat the load :)

Even if this job doesn't work out for you, I am sure you will find
something suitable, maybe even better than this current one. 

Keep your spirits up and it will all work out...


> Interview is tomorrow.  Yes, 10-12 is good pay for the job.  My
> compared to other friends of mine who have been out of work is that I
> alone.  Believe me, I'm not whining about it. I like being alone.  But
> that
> means I pay for it all.  House payment, car payment, vet bills (I may
> get to go to a doctor since I have no insurance, but my 4 cats do),
> utilities, taxes, car/home insurance.  Everyone else I know who's been
> of work for awhile can get by because there is still some income.  I
> get by on $11, but there would be no $ left for extras.  No plants, no
> mulch.  Of course, a job like this could make me tired enough by the
> of
> the day that I wouldn't want to do much gardening at home.
> Kitty

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