For a town this small, my area has a lot of museums and art galleries, thanks to the highly-cultured nature of many of our tourists
I had a very rural upbringing. My family lands were so far removed from the rest of the world we didn’t even have a school district. I had to be home-schooled, and thus my education was rudimentary at best. I had no friends, and little family to speak of. The only time of year I got to be social and interact with other kids was on a family trip to the city. Once or twice a year my parents would take us to see my grandparents, who lived in a small house on the outskirts of the town. It was on one of these trips that I first discovered cannabis, and it changed the entire trajectory of my life! I guess that’s obvious, considering that currently I work in a cannabis dispensary, and live in my grandparent’s old house in town. When I was 19 they moved down south for a warmer climate, and I moved in! Soon after I got a job at a local city cannabis shop, and the rest is history. I work part-time for Roy at the cannabis dispensary, and I also work part-time at the Museum of Art. I am not a talented artist, but it has long been my dream to work at a museum or an art gallery, which is yet another reason I love living in the city. For a town this small, my area has a lot of museums and art galleries, thanks to the highly-cultured nature of many of our tourists. The museum doesn’t pay me quite as well as the cannabis dispensary, though.