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The Babysitter

by Alexander Nweze


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The story of The Babysitter is the story of Mrs. Tizzardy Quenz, from her birth in Mexia, West Texas, to her relocation to Dallas Texas. There she went to school and met her husband, John, after high school. Her husband went to the army. He served in Korea in early 1950s, and he later served in Vietnam. During John's absence, Mrs. Quenz started babysitting as a hobby, which was intended initially to help other older housewives and wives of soldiers. This babysitting occupation later blossomed to a full industry in Dallas, Texas. When her husband came home, he was stunned, that Tizzardy had a full-fledged babysitting industry. It was a paid industry, subsidized by the city government. Another part of The Babysitter was to showcase the story of Dallas, Texas. Most people do not know the dynamics of Dallas, Texas. This was what the author decided to explain to readers. Dallas is not just known worldwide for President John F. Kennedy's assassination. Dallas has a huge government, religious centers, an elaborate law enforcement association, and two nationwide sports organizations, like Dallas Cowboys (football team) and Dallas Mavericks (basketball team). Dallas has elaborate school systems—Ivy League universities like the SMU (Southern Methodist University), numerous state universities, colleges, high schools, and elementary schools.

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Alexander Nweze (Author)

Alexander Emeka Nweze, I went to High School at Christ The King College Onitsha, Nigeria, graduated from University of Phoenix, in Orlando Florida USA, studied at Bishop College, Dallas Texas USA, and Valencia Community College in Orlando Florida....

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