to my feet. I told myself to pull it together. In five hours this would all be over.
up and down and led me down a long hallway, up some old wooden stairs and
find, I quietly sat down. I waited 20 minutes until a frazzled women came running
up the stairs. She smiled and said she was very excited to see me. I smiled back
seemed to float away. She was extremely nice and told me I would fit right in.
She told me to go downstairs and start right away. With the confidence she
gave me, I felt I could conquer the world. I knew I had the skills and the
neatly on the counter. Naive, I didn’t realize people were laughing at my
excitement. They knew exactly what I was getting into.
Just then I heard a high screaming voice. I looked around and saw a little
red-haired boy crying and pointing at me. The whole store turned and stared at
screaming at me. I never did anything to him; I didn’t even know him. I tried to
figure out what the boy was saying by reading his lips. They quivered as they
spoke in a shaky voice. Finally I figured out what he was saying … “Lollipop.”
That was the first of many adventures as I sold candy at the Marlborough
Country Barn. I was excited because it was my very first job, but that excitement
parents to buy them candy, or the mad rush of cleats running over to my small
counter to decide what candy they wanted as a reward for winning that afternoon’s
soccer game. No matter what I faced with little children, I still went to work and
put up with them. Now I quietly snicker every time I see a new candy girl at the
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