‘Toxic’: A New Yorker’s Story of Living in the ‘Candy Factory’

When I first moved to New York City, I had a lot of ideas about what I wanted to do, but I didn’t know how to make money.

I also didn’t have a lot money.

So when I was 17, I got a job at a candy factory and had a blast.

At the end of the day, it was my job to make the candy.

So I was lucky to have the experience of working for an employer that made it so I could get a taste of what it was like.

And I loved it.

So much so that I decided I wanted a life like that, too.

In that moment, I didn`t know how I wanted my life to end.

I wanted people to have a better understanding of what I was experiencing.

So my job as a candy maker was to provide them with the information they needed to make informed decisions about how they lived their lives.

So the day I quit my job at the candy factory, I was at the end stage of a life that was incredibly stressful, but it also was incredibly rewarding.

I knew that I would be able to go back to school and start my career.

I thought, Well, this is what I want to do.

I want my life back.

I`m not a millionaire, so I don`t have to worry about being unemployed.

And so I had the opportunity to start a career.

But at the same time, I wanted the experience that I had to be able do that job, too, so that when I went back to my school, I would have something to show for my life and that it would have a life.

I was able to have that career, too; I had an amazing experience there.

And when I came back to New England, I felt like I was back in my comfort zone again, because I was doing my job.

So, now I`ve come back to that comfort zone and have had the best of both worlds.

I had this wonderful time in New York.

But the hardest part of it was when I moved back to Maine.

There, I worked for a candy company for four years and had the same kind of job.

And then I started my own candy company.

And the company that I worked at in New Jersey was very difficult.

And, of course, they were also very rich.

And yet, I never really understood how it was that they were so rich.

But, of all the rich people in New England that I knew, none of them were so successful.

So one day, I thought that I could make it my mission to understand them, so to speak.

And it took me a long time to do that.

I learned so much.

I became very good at what I did.

And after four years, I came to understand the real problem with people in the candy industry.

There were some that made a lot, and some that did not.

I started to realize that people who make a lot can also be very selfish.

And that people in power need to understand that.

And one day in the middle of that journey, I met my wife, who is an artist and a writer.

And she had a dream that I never thought about, but that she had always had: that I want a career that allows me to be in a place where I can be happy and have fun.

I know that sounds cheesy, but for her, that meant having a career where I could have fun and make money and make people happy.

So that is the reason that I`d been working so hard for the past four years.

But for the first time in my life, I could go back and be happy.

It was something that I wanted.

And my job was to go and meet these people who were like, Oh, I`ll give you a chance to go out and meet some of these people that I like.

I really didn`ve imagined it would be that easy, but the people I was working with were like people I really loved and trusted.

So it was just amazing to be working with these people, and I was in love.

So then, I went out and worked for the next four years with these other people, with them.

I did the same thing, but with a different team.

I took some of the money from my own salary, put it in a 401(k) and made a goal to make $100,000 a year by the time I left New York to go to Maine, where I had two jobs.

So we went back and forth, back and forward, and it was an interesting time, but we were on the right path.

And now, six years later, I am living my dream.

And every day is a learning experience for me.

But I`re not just going to go away and live my dream alone, either