One for a work culture that produces natural smiles and loud laughter often.
Two for the people that think and act above and beyond.
Three for understanding Aristotle’s Challenge about being angry at the right time in the right place with the right person for the right reasons.
Four for bills that aimed for the debtor to budget.
Five for the majestic views that were unveiled.
Six for the two jobs that founded the money that brought upon materials and moments.
Seven for what’s to come because of them.
Eight for the precious sleep I lacked, a reminder to wake up to earn a damn dollar. A damn good dollar.
Nine for the train that paved my way to the work place, allowing me to delve into surprising, yet expected reading experiences.
Ten for figuring out priorities.
p.s.Thursday was my last full day at the place I worked all summer long, Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility. The organization had a going away pizza party for Joseph and I, and then everyone shared their thoughts of appreciation for working with us. I absolutely love their work culture as it was one of the best things I experienced and learned about this particular summer. So, here’s to rounds of appreciation!