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It will look really awesome at the beach, maybe when I get a little more tanned. That thought punches me in the gut. The beach. That was also part of the summer plan. Lacey gets all of that now, I suppose, and every time I think about it I get this horrible, cold feeling in my chest. But I have to work. Just that I had to work. All it takes is a couple of clicks of the mouse and I have options for my summer.
Most of the summer job postings leave something to be desired.
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There are openings for tutoring too boring , house cleaning too dirty , lawn mowing too sweaty , and canoe instructing too many flesh-eating bacteria scenarios. But there are a few openings I might like. Body art specialist, the ad reads. I frown. What on earth is body art? And how do you specialize in it? I read on. Now that has merit. No way, no how. At least for the art part. The body part. But art I can handle. I look around my room for a minute. In-person interview required. Deadline, June 1.
I punch the number in and cradle the phone against my shoulder as it rings. It rings so long that by the time someone picks up, the sudden human voice in my ear makes me jump. I miss his entire greeting because of this surprise, and because his voice is heavily accented. It sounds. British, maybe, but not quite. For a moment I keep the phone pressed to my ear, as if the silence can somehow soothe the uneasy feeling in my gut. Curious, I take out my laptop again and type in the address the man gave me.
Google finds it for me and shows me a map.