I was born during Harry Truman's first term in office and grew up in what was then rural northern Indiana. By rural I mean the houses, including ours, were mostly farm houses and we had no telephone service until the mid 1950s. I went to college but that was a long time ago.
For the last ten years, I've worked full time as a maintenance associate for a grocery store in southern Maine. Before that I worked in three steel mills and a ceramic magnets factory, taught college English as an instructor, mostly part time, and worked as a night clerk at a Best Western. My wife and I also had a used book business. But, after over a decade in the grocery store, those earlier jobs seem like something from a different life. I am now in my seventies and still working full time.
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