cutting my days to 4 hours a day because temps can do whatever they want, really, and I still got the job done.

If I had a picture from then, it would be 12’x12′ fabric cubicle walls and an ugly old chair that I refused to get rid of.

The bigger office (and nice paycheck) was my reward ’cause when i was temping, I had the smallest cubicle like this: http://www.cubesolutions.com/cubicle_pages/cubicle34_39h3x2.htm- and the slowest computer.

I still remember the day the big boss asked who was responsible for it. I was sitting in my tiny cubicle and heard it from an partially open office door.

“Who’s Ken?”
“The temp”
“The temp?!”
“Yeah”
“Why is he still a temp?”

By then I stopped caring about the job and was already taking college courses to go into education instead, cutting my days to 4 hours a day because temps can do whatever they want, really, and I still got the job done.

So, it was nice getting hired.

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