Open Letter to My Coworkers
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Open Letter to My Coworkers

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Open Letter to My Coworkers
@thatnursebert

All of you must understand the hate most people have for some of their coworkers. Maybe not hate, but definitely a strong dislike. You have seen the different Facebook memes about coworkers. Even though I have only been in the work force for four short years, I have finally experienced what it feels like to not hate your coworkers.

Although I have worked at many different places there has always been that one person that I just irritated me. I did not hate them, probably more disliked. I would not choose to work with them if that was how life worked. My first job was pretty close to perfect when it came to coworkers. I loved many of them, but it was a larger staff at some parts, and definitely required some adjustment. Well now about two years later I have come across a job I fell in love with. Not only did I begin to enjoy going to work, but I enjoyed working with anyone. It is a severely shorter staff than what I have previously worked with, but I could not describe the type of family I have found here. We are like the number dysfunctional family, manager, supervisor, and sales associates all. I have not only acquired six new friends, but they also became family members. It is funny and wnjoyable mixed with hard work to get what we need done. Although I know this jobs is most likely long term temporary as I get through college. I am more than estatic that I found this job to get me through these next 4-8 years of hard work and long nights of studying.

So here is an open letter about how much I am thankful for you ladies.

Thank you ladies for becoming my friends and my dysfunctional family. Thank you for covering my shifts, so I could stay up all day and night to finish my essay that I waited until the last minute to finish. Thank you for taking care of one another and most of all thank you for sharing your food (the way to my heart). Thank you for spending up to eight hours talking to me about pointless, serious, and just random things so the day would go by faster. Thank you for being the dream team of all dream teams and just in general being awesome. I have found a home that I love where everyone treats each other as equals, helps each other out, and even helps me with my college math homework! I have enjoyed every second of work (never heard that before).

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