Disclaimer: Some of the contents of this post is meant to be funny and poke humor. No harm is intended.
Today Sami brought home her first big project from school. She is learning about people and their jobs and has to interview both Matt and I about what we do and then has to submit and oral and written presentations (yes 1st grade people!).
Both parents must be interviewed, so I wonder what grade Sami would get if I answered the interview questions as followed:
1. What is your name?
2. Where do you work?
Jacobs-san no Uchi
3. What is the title of your job?
I have held various titles over the past 14 years. Some titles include maid, chef, butler, chauffeur, nurse, babysitter, personal shopper, life coach, cheerleader, mediator, creative director, travel agent, wet nurse, chaperone, dry cleaner, shrink, and teacher.
4. How many years have you worked there?
Four years part time before going full time for the past 10 years.
5. What kind of traveling do you do in your job?
I have traveled all over to many exciting places... schools, baseball, soccer, football fields, gymnasiums, swimming pools, doctor offices, urgent care, grocery stores, Toys R Us, parks, friend's houses, playland and of course, my favorite, Chuck E Cheese.
6. What is your favorite thing about your job?
The bonuses received in forms of hugs, kisses and I love you's.
7. What would you like to change about your job?
Homework sharing, fighting between the subordinates, constant cleaning of areas that just were cleaned, and the necessity to repeat oneself over and over and over.
8. Why is your job important to the community?
To support the bon bon and soap opera industry of course!
Don't worry I really won't answer the questions like this... maybe. If I knew someone could use a camcorder on her presentation so I could see the teachers face it would be tempting.