On Facebook in the last few months, various friends have listed jobs they had chronologically. I've gotten quite a lot of enjoyment from reading them, but in many cases I wanted to know more: (1) how old were you when you had it?(2) what did you do in that job?(3) what did you learn from that job? So I've decided to do a series of posts, starting with my earliest work (at about age 8). WARNING If you find this uninteresting, do yourself a favor: don't read on. Hunting for golf balls. At the summer cottage that I started going to every summer from the time I was 7 months old, there was a 9-hole golf course nearby run by the Minaki Lodge. My late brother, Paul, who was 11 at the time, introduced me to
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