"You could write a book on how to get a job"
--- Mr. D
It's true. I probably could.
Lord knows I have plenty of experience in the "getting a job" department.
As of the end of September I've been working at yet another "new" job. I wasn't looking for a new job. This job came looking for me via a friend of mine (who is now a co-worker and office companion).
In my new position, I am a supervisor in a historic home which was built from 1916-1918 by famous doctor and his wife. This doctor was very involved in the starting of a world famous clinic in our city.
Most of my working hours are spent here at this house, though my office is in the carriage house. However, I also, occasionally, spend time (hosting events) at two other historic homes in town.
In the next year (or so) another historic mansion will be added to the list of historic "houses" where events will be hosted. That mansion happens to have been built by another famous physician from our town, who also happens to be the brother of the previously mentioned famous physician.
|front drive to main entrance|
It is privilege and honor to work and serve others in these historic homes.
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P.S. Yes, I've been very vague about my workplace. Since it is privately owned, and not a public establishment, I am hesitant to use names of people and places. If you leave comments, please keep this in mind. If you have questions, feel free to email me!