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Time is ticking.

I officially have less than two weeks left to be able to do all the physical requirements for the Nashua pd. I’m getting more and more nervous. Not just the for the physical requirements but ever other thing is running through my mind.

I have been wondering about the population of Nashua and its ethnicities. I would never have saw that as a factor, but then there was Ulta. When i went to that job, none of that crossed my mind but after dealing with everything i did with then, the thoughts creep in. I wish everyone would just…… I don’t know, i just enjoyed not having to see any of that as a factor in my life. And i hope that i never have another Ulta experience. I will always go into every situation with an open mind

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