She sounds nice.

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Marcia Lucas on the Disney Trilogy

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The way this cheesemaker cubes cheese

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We did it.

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What a mess

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🔥 this large toad chilling in stump surrounded by orange mushrooms 🔥

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That girl is me, smiling my ass off, cause I was next to my crush.

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Soulmates (literally)

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I work at a crematory. It's real. I can't do this anymore.

I made a post a few weeks ago about my own abusive stepdad who won his award, and how I cremated him. After seeing the recent post from a funeral director, I wanted to add my perspective to go along with theirs.

I've been in the funeral business for about a decade, and have spent most of that time working the crematory. My crematory does not just cremate for our funeral home, but it cremates for several surrounding funeral homes who contract their cremations out to us since they do not have their own machine. So I see a lot of dead people. A LOT.

Before the news stories broke about the 2nd wave, or the 4th wave, or whatever wave we are on now, I already knew well beforehand because I had already seen the hundreds of bodies pile up. I remember telling my girlfriend and my family "be prepared, it's back, and it's worse."
In my almost decade of working here, I have never seen anything like this, we are doing literally double the amount of business and it just doesn't stop. We have a very large walk-in cooler that can hold about 50 to 60 people, it filled up very quickly so we had to rent a refrigerated tractor trailer, which also filled up very quickly so we got another one. I've been working like 13 hour days 8 days in a row, splitting the day in half with my coworker who is doing the same thing. So we are running basically 24/7. We've been cremating about 200 people a month (pre-pandemic we were doing 100) Almost all of them are positive with covid.

It has been exhausting. It's literal hellscape. I simply can't do it anymore. I quit this week. Everyone is quitting. My body and my mind and my soul are all exhausted and the company hasnt raised our pay despite my company admitting to making like a billion extra dollars from the pandemic. I have shown up to work every day because if I didn't then bodies would literally pile up even worse than they are. I have felt a strong dedication to being one of the people who keeps the wheels of society turning during this pandemic by working with all of it's dead. People simply aren't seeing this, it's all behind closed doors, so these people who think covid is a hoax are blind and ignorant to it but I can assure you it is real and it is hell on earth. Bodies everywhere with no end in sight. I don't know if I will be out of the funeral business forever after this, but I just can't do it anymore.

EDIT: A lot of people are asking what state I'm at, I don't really want to say because there are only so many crematories in a given state, but I will say I'm in a large metropolitan area in the deep South.

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I am very old, plz pet me

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