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WHEN DECIBELS AND DOG DOO HAVE YOU DOWN

By |December 9, 2019|Categories: , |

Celebrate first. That’s the motto to live by. But it goes against my nature to celebrate when the hand dryers are blasting 150dB of noise in 10-second spurts between explosions of chatter from the seemingly thousands of children who use those bathrooms and dryers right when I need to try and write a blog. Instead of celebrating, I close my door and begin drafting. Suddenly, I get a text from a colleague saying, “There’s dog poo on the field, and Roy is in a meeting. Can you please clean it up?” Sigh. Celebrate first? More like grumble and complain [...]

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