My dad wanted me to start working in the office at the Orland Park HVAC Service Company.
My dad said he was not going to give me an allowance anymore if I did not help out around the store.
I didn’t want to spend my afternoons helping out in the shop, but my dad really didn’t leave me any choice. I was scheduled to start working on Tuesday afternoon when school was finished. On Monday, my dad came home from work with a handful of shirts for me to wear when I went to the Orland Park HVAC service company. I begged my mom not to make me wear the shirts, but she said it was part of the deal. I didn’t want anyone to see me wearing those ugly brown shirts. I told my dad that I was a size medium shirt and he still bought me a large one. The brown shirt with the name of the HVAC service company looks horrible and the fabric is itchy on my skin. I only wear the Orland Park service Company shirt when my dad is in the store. The rest of the time I wear a t-shirt. As soon as my dad comes to the office, I throw on the ugly brown shirt. So far it has worked out very well. I don’t think that my dad or my mom know that I’m not actually complying with the rules. Unless someone rats me out, I won’t have to ever worry about wearing that terrible shirt in front of another person.