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    Back to Work :)

    I got called back in to the candy shop last week, and I'm starting out three days a week again (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday). It sounds like the hours will pick up in December for their busy season (six days a week, with both of us 'seasonal' people working every day). Last week I packed up some boxes of chocolates to help rebuild the inventory on the shelves, and 'polished' up some of the packing boxes of candies (brushing off the haze of cocoa fat that had risen to the surface). It isn't too busy yet, so I can do some work in advance if the varieties of chocolates are available. It's the first time I've worked there in the fall, and it also happens to be the time I'm helping with the big production of 'A Christmas Carol' at the same time. We have rehearsals Monday-Thursday in the evenings, and dance rehearsal on Sundays, early evening. It's going to be an interesting several weeks.
    Be Happy Now.

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    Sounds wonderful, I'm looking into holiday projects myself, the reverse advent calendar, I have a box to drop off for Thanksgiving and will start the Christmas box to give to the senior center, Operation Christmas Cards for Troops Overseas (check their FB page for instructions) and a couple other things my friends are doing such a collecting coats for kids. And believe it or not considering making almost all my Christmas gifts, a few years ago I received chocolate coated plastic spoons to stir in coffee, they were covered in clear cellophane tied with bows, what a wonderful idea, I've seen things in mason jars and thought about making wallets out of duct tape for my brother-in-laws!! Want to make this the best Christmas ever.
    Keep your hands to yourself, leave other people's things alone, and be kind to one another.

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