People are always shocked when they learn I work in a graveyard

People are often shocked when I tell them what I do for a residing. I am a groundskeeper at a local cemetery. It’s approximately 40 acres of land that has to be kept up correctly… Both of us have to make sure the hedges are trimmed, the grass is mowed, and the locale is kept up nice and tidy. I have to admit, it can be hard especially in the peak heating and cooling seasons, but the people I was with and I are able to manage, then on top of keeping up with everything, I have to coordinate burial services, assign plots, facilitate tours, and dig graves. This is very challenging work indeed, but it is fulfilling work. It has certainly taught me a lot about perspective. I have found that no matter what kind of stress I am under, the stress of having enjoyed ones die is by far the worst thing. No matter how I am feeling, I can see these people are always grieving to greater extremes than whatever I happen to be dealing with. This has helped me get by over the years as I realize that I have a pretty good life for the most part. I have a roof over my head, food on the table, and my family is doing alright. I have considered changing to other jobs, but I certainly like this style of work. If I did go for another work choice though, I guess I would definitely try to get into the Heating and Air Conditioning industry, but after the long mornings of working in the sunlight and in the cold weather, I guess I would love to help work on climate control systems.

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