One summer I ran the tennis courts at my high school. In college I worked as a waitress at a sandwich shop. The summer after I graduated I worked as a receptionist at my father’s company. The year after I graduated I was the first female Assistant to the President of Davidson College. I was an attorney in a large firm then in a small firm. I tutored kids in French and one summer, ran a little French camp.
I’ve been looking at these sentences for a while now. These are the only paying jobs I ever held. In and of themselves, I don’t think they say a thing about me.
That was not intentional.