The year is 2050.
You are working as a sales associate for a clothing company.
Your boss, however, is a woman named Sarah.
She has been working as an office manager for decades and is still quite fond of you.
However, when she hears that your boss is getting sick and you will need to be reassigned, she decides to hire you to help out with the transition.
Sarah, however you choose to handle this, will become the new employee and be given the task of being the new female employee for the company.
The first thing Sarah does upon being reassigned is call you, to tell you that she is excited to work with you.
When she says that, you tell her that you are excited, too.
You both are excited.
Sarah then starts to ask you questions about your career, and after she asks you some personal questions, she invites you to dinner at the company’s office.
When you ask Sarah if she can make you dinner, she gives you a look and says, “Oh, I’m just trying to make sure you get enough sleep.”
After dinner, Sarah goes home and tells her boss that she will be reassigning you.
She also says that she can’t wait to tell your family.
That evening, you meet with Sarah’s boss at the restaurant.
She asks her to take care of you and her family.
She tells you that you have the same responsibilities as her as the new office manager, and that you will also have to work from home.
At the office, you find yourself taking care of your new colleague while she goes home.
The next morning, your new boss comes in and tells you he is so happy to see you.
He then gives you another hard lesson about women’s rights, and how women’s jobs can be very different from the work of men.
You do not like what you hear, but you are also so excited about your new career opportunity that you do not want to leave the office.
Your job as the female employee at the clothing company is just as hard as the job as a male employee, and it will take you a long time to get over the initial shock.
The following day, your boss returns from the restaurant and informs you that he will be leaving the company and will not be back for the rest of the year.
He tells you to take the day off, and tells your wife to stay at home while you are off doing your shift.
Sarah is worried that you might leave.
However it turns out that she does not have to worry because your new female coworker will be staying in the office and will be taking care, like her boss, of her new family.
When your boss leaves, you and Sarah will both be happy, and you both can finally have a normal day in the world.
But before you can even get to work, you are pulled aside by your boss and told that you can not have dinner at your new family’s house.
You tell him that you feel so great and that your husband has not left yet, but that he is on his way home.
He says that he should have left as soon as possible, and Sarah tells him that he can not leave while your family is still in town.
He agrees and you then go home.
While you are still on your shift, Sarah asks you to clean the office while she and her husband go home, and she does this as you go through your morning routine.
Your new female colleague will take care for you while she is gone.
As soon as you finish your shift at work, your wife tells you the news that you and your husband are being reassignable.
She explains that you must take the afternoon off work and that she has just been working on a project for you.
Sarah will not take her leave of absence until you are back in town, and once you get back in the city, you will start the work as a new female office manager.
Your wife is upset that you did not take care, but it turns from a bad day at work to a wonderful day.
The work you have done will take some time to adjust to and you must do this while your wife is gone, but eventually it will all be OK.
Sarah and her new boss have decided to take their time to understand how things work in this new world, and they want you to be able to handle it.
They are not worried about you, they just want to make things work for them.
However once you are reassigned to the new position, you have to adjust as quickly as you can.
When the reassignment is complete, Sarah and your new co-worker will start to work together in your new role.
You will start off by working with the men, but soon you will be working with your new wife as well.
Sarah tells you she is proud of you for coming in at a young age and that her new role is the right one for you, but she still