My job is to stuff olives with tiny pieces of red pepper called "pimento". I use a special little tool that resembles a toothpick with a tiny knob on the end and record the number of olives I stuff into a black and white composition book provided by Mr. Salvadino, my employer. I have printed "Olive Log" on the cover in green Sharpie with my name, Marietta Loomis, underneath. I fill in each "o" of my last name with a little red dot. The pay is a penny per ten olives. I'm going to be the richest fourth grader ever.