Nobody's Perfect

@1wldngl (3996)
United States
February 23, 2016 11:46am CST
Last year I was "let go" from my job of 4 years because of medical restrictions and the subsequent surgeries that I had to endure to get things back to normal. I worked at a local school cafeteria and it was back breaking hard labor. I still have a dear friend who works in the administration office there. Today she posted, via Facebook, that they are hiring again. They have a hard time keeping reliable help that can pass a background check. I admit to a little sense of karma, because...well...nobody's perfect. I popped her a note and we had a laugh. She is aware of the many shortcomings of the district and the child nutrition program. I don't miss that part in the least, although I do occasionally miss the ladies I worked alongside. Do you recall a nice little bit of Karma justice that you took great joy in? Do you even wonder if there is Karma justice for taking delight karma?
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@Jessicalynnt (48190)
• Centralia, Missouri
23 Feb 16
I would have chuckled over that myself
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@1wldngl (3996)
• United States
24 Feb 16
I so did. My friend understood. I told her I would be good and not make sarcastic comments on her thread. hahahaha She loves me.
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