Right now, my baby is having her very first job interview.
Not my licklest baby. She’s downstairs smearing the
furniture some bread with nutella.
Not the one with the biggest feet. She’s watching a pizza baking.
No. I’m talking about my eldest baby. (She’ll always be my baby). She’s off to the library being interviewed for a job, working with her most favourite things. Books.
Good luck, honey. In case you can’t tell, I’m thinking of you.
If you should succeed, here’s some friendly, motherly advice:
- No, I don’t expect rent from a 16€ a week job (though I did find it sweet that you asked).
- You should not read the books while you work, you’ll find yourself lost, not responding to the customers, and not doing any work.
- You should come home after your shift.
On your way home only borrow a handful of ‘good looking books’ otherwise you’ll be in danger of:
- Breaking your back.
- Not leaving any books for other customers.
Once you are home you should:
- Kiss your mother.
Make the dinnerEat your dinner.
- Do your homework.
And not read the 15 books you brought home with you!!