As I was spring cleaning (aka finally taking down the outdoor Christmas lights), I ventured into the attic for the kind of hard core purging I have been avoiding for most of my adult life. I spent a few hours going through dusty, musty boxes, basking in the nostalgia of my beloved 8-track tape collection, cringe-worthy high school yearbooks, and my glorious beer can collection. Rummaging through a large box filled with “why was I keeping this??” keepsakes, I came upon pay stubs from my first job at a fast food chain which shall remain nameless. Clearing the cobwebs of my memory (and the pesky ones dangling over my head), I thought about how far we have come. My meager $3.15 hourly pay is laughable today. And just look at the pay stub. Yellowed, hand typed, carbon-copied.
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My attic adventures taught me an important lesson that day. It’s fun to dig into the time capsule, but the future will always be better and brighter (and there will never be another mullet or Neil Diamond 8-track tape in your future ever again.) You can take that to the bank (along with your PSMailers payroll documents).
P.S. If anyone out there is in the market for an incredibly amazing beer can collection, message me. Mrs. PSMailers Guy would be eternally grateful.