Nella Book 1 A Ballpark Worker
Nella a ballpark worker book 1 is a fiction. Exciting, and impressively touching. A KnackTime Book I am a new author for the readers who enjoy, action, adventure, and romance. I appreciate your reading a tale about Nella a ballpark worker. Wonderful this is Nella O’neals first day to work at the big beautiful ballpark, that swims in a sea of green trees on the outside. She’ll be working in the uniform department with the other workers cleaning the laundry for the baseball players then passing them out to each individual one in the locker room before the start of the baseball game. Nella also works in the gift shop selling souvenirs at the ballpark, part-time she attends design school to learn how to create garments. All who work there will want to be successfully content at their position working at the ballpark. Explore ones decision to cross the finish line and have a good winning day. The book consists of treasures. Literally travel to different countries, animals, food, sports and much more. Follow Nella and, the others in and out of the ballpark.
Wonderful! This is my first day of work. What will I wear?
How will I style my hair? Anyway, I hope I am not nervous. I have never felt comfortable around crowds, but this time it will be worth it. I will wear a simple white shirt and a pair of blue jeans, and put my hair in a ponytail—I need a rubber band. I found one! Thank God it’s blue. Like me, this job is blue, but I’m happy to have it since it’s the middle of the season and I can’t believe I’m working at the ballpark. The big and beautiful blue park, hard by the freeway, swims in a sea of green—trees on the outside; grass on the inside. I will be working in the uniform department behind the bullpen. The department is made up of two big locker rooms; one clean, the other dirty. There is also clean and dirty laundry rooms, as well as a place to store clean linen. An elevator leads to the third-floor offices; the security office is behind the bullpen. I work a late afternoon schedule on my first day. Traffic is light on my way to the park, and I find a free parking spot within sight of the park: no parking meter, no fire hydrant, not a single parking sign. I’ll be cleaning the player’s uniforms.
I’m nervous but put on a brave face; I want to present myself as a serious, good worker. I want the advantages that having confidence and being a good worker bring. I walk to the boss’s office. Mr. Don is the supervisor of the souvenir store, uniform supply, and design. He smiles; I don’t know if I should smile—remember, serious and brave. “Hello Nella, ready on this day?” asked Mr. Don. “Yes, thank you, Mr. Don,” I reply. “The game is starting in two hours,” said Mr. Don. “First of all, your job is to take every single one of these uniforms, to each player present in the dugout. Here is the list, and I will do your first walk with you Nella. Usually, the players are in a good mood.” Mr. Don and I hang the uniforms on a courier cart and roll them down the hall. “Then, Nella, I will show you the laundry,” he said. “Most important, here is your key and a hat.” So, we put the courier with the uniforms on it in the clean linen room then we lock the door and proceed down the hall.