I feel that’s the difference between a job and a career. A job is something you have to do, career is something you want to do.
Yes, I couldn’t agree with you more.
Did you like it there?
I did. It was a nice place.
That sounds like a good reason. I was just curious because I’ve been trying to get out of here my whole life.
But that’s just me. Was your old town much different than here?
I see. Well I guess people have different views of things. My old town was somewhat different it was a whole lot bigger, sunnier, busier.
I worked for my high school newspaper which made me fall in love with wanting to be a columnist. I love it, I have my own blog too that’s really popular. I just live for writing. It’s always nice to do what you love.
Well then I’m glad you love it so much. It’s true, work doesn’t feel like work at all when you’re doing something that truly means something to you.
Hmm. Why did you move here?
Stop me if I’m asking too many questions, I do that sometimes.
It’s alright. My friend Graham used to live here and he was moving back and my brother was going to come with him because he offered him a job so I decided to tag along and now the three of us are all here.
Yes, there has. It’s been a bit all over the place. I’m glad you are enjoying it. I would probably love it too, if I got to work with all those animals. Oh, I’m sorry, I’m a columnist. I have my own column in the Renata Weekly.
Really? Well, that must be exciting as well. I worked for my school’s news paper but that was just middle school stuff and I was never too into writing. But what about you? How do you like it?
Where did you come from?
I moved here from Maine.
I’m good, how about you? How is the zoo job going?
It’s going great. I’m doing good as well, glad you’re doing fine.
What have you been up to?
About the same, work and trying to to deal with the crazy things that have been happening around the town lately. How are you liking your job at the zoo?
Yeah I heard there’s been a lot going on around here lately. I’m really loving the job at the zoo, it’s like it was made for me. What about you? I’m not sure you ever told me where you work.
Bee. Nice to meet you, Sophie. I don’t usually get out, so I don’t blame you for not knowing who I am. How long have you lived here, Sophie?
About a month? I’d say. So I can’t really blame you either.