I’ve been ChaCha-ing for a couple of weeks now and I’ve made a whole $11. Since I average about a dollar an hour, you can figure that I’ve worked eleven hours. I know that seems like a lot for a very little amount of money, but it is so easy that on Saturday I spent a couple of hours doing it while I had myself a Glee marathon. I probably would have spent the whole afternoon watching Glee anyway (I was having a very lazy day after a very hectic week) so why not make a couple of bucks, right?
We had a cute little visitor this morning at work. Actually, it started out as an attack. When we got to work this little bitty Toto dog jumped into one of my coworkers car! We didn’t know where she came from and at first were quite alarmed. Upon closer inspection we realized her fur was caked in grass and dirt, she had apparently been lost for several days. She was yelping loudly at us, and we just weren’t sure about her. But we called somebody to come give her a bath and when she was returned to us we found she was the sweetest little dog ever. We fed her, watered her, put her in a crate where she happily snuggled up and took a nap. I found out the true nature of some people today due to this dog. Some were actively searching for her home, arranging the bath, feeding her, and so on. Some weren’t really involved with the dog, and two were just mean! One said she’d be okay if we just gassed the dog to kill it and the other said we should just let her go and fend for herself because “I don’t care about that stupid dog.” Gasp. Apparently the second person also said something much meaner then voting to let the dog go. It revealed to me the true nature of their hearts - and it was disturbing.
They say a good judge of character is how somebody treats a server at a restaurant. But I think I could add to that, a good judge of character is how you treat a lost puppy.