This time of year, you’ll see lots of Christmas decorations around, but it just doesn’t seem to be complete without the wreath.In this edition of Take this job and love it, Sharon Pelletier branched out went to find out exactly what it takes to make the evergreen decorations.”Having done this since you were 15, you probably can do this in your sleep, right?
We’ve all wondered what it would be like to switch jobs and try something new.Amy Erickson’s been trying her hand at all sorts of professions.This time, she’s scooping Gifford’s famous ice cream.She has more in this “Take This Job and Love It.”Rhonda Charette’s a scooping superstar.She’s been here at Gifford’s Ice Cream in Bangor for 20 years.She says she can teach me the ropes…but it’ll be trickier than I think.”Is there more of a challenge in here than people think?
Every now and then, we all wonder what it would be like to switch jobs and try something else.Amy Erickson’s been giving it a try lately.This month, at the suggestion of viewers, she put on her boots and went down on the farm.She has more in “Take This Job and Love It.”Justin Veazie is my boss for the day at Veazland Farms in Corinna.Justin’s a fourth-generation dairy farmer…and he’s convinced he can teach me to milk with the best of them.”It’s not bad.
Every now and then, we all wonder what it would be like to switch jobs and try something else for a day.Our Amy Erickson’s been giving it a try lately.This month, she visited Carden Kennels in Bangor and spent the day as a dog groomer.Tonight, we see how she did, in her “Take This Job and Love It” report.”this is Rummy…he’s a…PBGV for short.””today he’s actually going to be cut down short for his summer haircut.”Easy enough, right?Penny gets out the clippers and puts me to work.Rummy needs a major shave before he even gets in the tub.”just take it short strokes and make a hole.””do I hold onto his head while I’m doing it?
We all get bored with our jobs from time to time.Many of us get the urge to switch careers…even if only for a day.Our Amy Erickson has been trying her hand at different professions.She’s gutted deer in the woods with game wardens…even played barber with a straight razor.In tonight’s “Take This Job and Love It” report, she tries her hand at being a florist.When it comes to flowers, Mark Pellon is the master.
We all get bored with our jobs from time to time.Many of us sometimes wonder what it would be like to switch careers.Our Amy Erickson gave it a try recently.She spent the day at Carl’s Barber Shop in Old Town, clippers in hand, playing barber for a day.”so what’s the drill?