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I worked as a waitress for several years as my first jobs to support myself
and my son while I was in college. Waitresses are never supposed to just
stand around doing nothing and should never go anywhere without telling
other people where they are.
Consequently, years later, I still always feel that I need to tell someone
where I am at all times - like the bathroom - and have a terrible time just
sitting and thinking. People like when I share with them that I am going to
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You wrote -
>So, no matter how chained you feel you are to your desk, remember that
>are others out there who have it a LOT worse!!
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