JESUS CHRIST, HEART OF GOLD: I can’t wait to get back to work in the garment factory where I started my career, which is now a place where I can be free from all the hustle and bustle of the office.
But it’s not easy.
In my first year as a garment worker, I was diagnosed with a chronic form of leukemia and was given two months to live.
It was an eye-opening experience.
Now I have two years of remission.
I want to take my time and enjoy my life again.
It’s the best feeling ever, because I am free.
And it’s also a lot of work.
I need to have everything done for me.
I’ve never been happier.
But I have to be patient with myself.
I’ll do my best to find something that makes me happy.
I just don’t have enough time in the day.
My life is really just a pile of stress.
And that’s why I work so hard to stay fit and healthy.
It also allows me to be creative and keep my energy high.
I work hard to keep my body in shape.
If I don’t do that, I can end up looking like a fat, bald, ugly mess. And I don´t want that.
I also have to find time for the kids.
I can barely find time to spend with them.
So I have no choice but to keep working hard.
I am the most devoted worker in the world.
And even though I am working so hard, I also want to share the joy of my job with the people who have supported me.
And to give back to the people that are helping me.
When I started out, I couldn’t afford to get a job, so I went back to school to get my GED.
Now, I’m the most successful student I have ever been in my life, and I love doing what I do.
I have a lot to give to my community, especially to the children of the garment workers that I work with.
And when I have time to talk to them, they are just as enthusiastic and supportive as I am.
And there is no better feeling than that.
So, the first time I met a new garment worker I was very emotional.
But as time went on, I realised that it wasn’t just about the experience.
They were a part of my life.
I didn’t even know them at first.
It became very meaningful.
It´s very easy for me to see them in my mind.
They are my friends.
I see them every day.
And they are my family.
They understand what it´s like to work at the factory and their needs.
I´m always looking for new ways to help them.
For example, I’ve worked with them to help find better products.
I was inspired by a woman who had recently had a baby.
She told me that she needed to find a better breastplate to wear, so she asked me to come and help her find it.
I said, well, you know, I would love to help.
And the next day, she gave me the breastplate that I needed to wear to the baby shower.
It helped her to be more confident and confident.
I really admire that woman.
It made me feel so good. I know it´ll be a lot easier for her if I can help her too.
I think it is really important for the people I work for to understand that we are all working together to help the garment industry thrive.
We all have a role in this.
The biggest thing is to keep people happy.
It is really hard to do this in a world where everyone is obsessed with money.
But we can all contribute to the overall success of the company.
There are many people working for the company that I never met.
I try to find new ways of helping them.
I give them the chance to show their appreciation.
I ask them to do things that will make their jobs better.
I don`t think it’s necessary to be so emotional or to talk too much.
I’m always trying to think about what they can do to make things better for them and for us.
It doesn’t make me any less proud to be the most dedicated worker in my job.
I will always be happy when I see these people.
They can be the future leaders of the industry.
I hope that one day they can also be my children.
They will be able to look back and say, I worked so hard for this, and you gave me a great job.
You made me look like a supermodel.
I guess I am now the daughter of the great entrepreneur who helped me.
So thank you so much for your love and support.
I couldn´t be more proud.
The only thing that is not as easy as it seems is the money.
It takes a lot more than one job to make a decent living. It