A Lifeguard’s Purpose

Work sucks, but lifeguarding rocks. The only enemy in sight is the dark clouds forming in the afternoon, which are bound to bring some lightning. Regretfully, everyone will pack up and head back home, or into the park to try and wait out the storm so that they can salvage what is left of the hot summer day. But most of the time, it’s just sun and fun. The lifeguard’s responsibility is to keep it that way. Lifeguards have always …


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