Random fact #3
I was a substitute crossing guard for the Town of Grand Chute from January 2005 to January 2006 (when I had to quit because I was 24 weeks pregnant with the triplets). It was the easiest job because I got to sit in my vehicle and make sure no trains were coming. When the 1/2 dozen kids that came across the tracks to get to school came by, I got out of my vehicle and made sure that they crossed safely.
It was also one of the better paying jobs I've had... I worked approximately 6 to 6 1/2 hours a week and got paid $200.
Darn kids messed that one up. The day that I found out I was pregnant with triplets I was offered a permanent position at the railroad tracks, but later had to turn it down.