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12/17/13 6:07 A

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12 hour shifts Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Eve and New Years Day. I have a friend who might take a few hours Christmas Eve for me.... I hate to ask though.

Anyway I'm trying not to be negative about the hours because the money is good and I love my residents...

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JANET
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12/17/13 3:41 A

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Working Christmas Eve and Day (or night, you know, whatever!), but going back home for a week around New Year's. Looking forward to it!

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12/11/13 9:06 P

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What are your plans for the Holidays? Are you working? I am working Christmas. I have been having fun getting ready for the holidays. We spent the weekend looking at decorations. emoticon emoticon

Your not a failure until you quit trying.

"Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts." Winston Churchill


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