My team in warehousing in Los Angeles. That’s what I’m going to write about today. You didn’t see that coming, right? That’s because I am unpredictable. You never know what to expect from me. I prove that day in and day out. Many of you probably didn’t even know that I have worked in warehousing in Los Angeles. But that’s the truth.
I moved out to Los Angeles to try acting and had to work with warehousing to get started. It turned out becoming an actor was harder than I thought. I ended up working with warehousing in Los Angeles for more than 3 years. These were fun times. And much of it is because of this group:
Out of all people I’ve met working in Los Angeles, with warehousing, Mark was the most special one. I’m saying this with all the respect that I possibly can. He is a lovely person and I love him very much, but there is absolutely no doubt that he is a bit weird – all in a good way. We started hanging out after working together for 1 year. It’s fair to say that we didn’t care that much for each other at first, but that changed. Warehousing in Los Angeles got us closer to each other.
Teresa was Irish and she had been working in warehousing Los Angeles for a long time. Apparently, she moved out west for the same reason as me. She was the dream team member for anyone who was new. The most caring person I’ve ever met in my life, after my mom, probably. She made warehousing in Los Angeles a blessing. I have a lot to thank her for.
Jim was Scandinavian, just like myself. We were the only ones working in warehousing Los Angeles, at least at our warehouse. It was not surprising at all that we became friends. We still hang out until this day, actually. Even though no one of us works in warehousing nor lives in Los Angeles anymore. Jim moved back to Sweden and every time I’m home, I try to see him for at least a day or so. It’s fun to stay in contact with people you like. Don’t you think?