Slave Labor

Life 3: The Lowly Intern

Breath in through the mouth and out through the nose. This has been my motto for the past couple months as I have been trying to juggle everything. I have about 120 hours left that I need to complete before the beginning of December ....that's 20 hours per week of UNPAID work. Making sure I get these blasted internship hours has been one of my leading sources of stress, but the end is in sight. Fortunately the Warrior Fitness and Health Center on Hill Air Force Base was kind enough to work with me this semester.

If you want to be my friend for life, hook me up with a free t-shirt and I'm yours. Hill Air Force Base did just that and now we are BFF. I will admit that I feel somewhat important when I wear this shirt, the Air Force is legit and hard core.


aunt jan said...

Hey Baby Girl, YOU are legit and hard, ok, soft core. You'll make it through this because we're behind you and pulling for you all the way! And besides, you look really cool in uniform. You've got the "right stuff."

The Dahle Family said...

Whoa. That's not just a T-shirt, that's a collared shirt--that's really officail. A freepolo does NOT happen every decade, so I'm glad to hear you're enjoying it. And on an unrealted note, Mitchell, I hope the misery comes to an end soon!

The Dahle Family said...

Whoops, I forgot to check that one for typos! Have fun decoding!

Erin said...

polo shirts in the work place immediately = "I'm important, large and in charge."