One time, his wife showed up for a surprise visit to take him out to lunch, and he directed me to lie that the woman who was in his office was there for a job interview.He also submits expenses from his business trips (where he has traveled alone) and I have to re-calculate everything because he has upgraded the company-provided hotel room to a better one on his personal credit card and bought breakfast for more than one person the next morning.

Community service can also be done as a condition of probation.

Community service is considered restitution by an offender through helping his or her community.

When this happens, he tells me he had “company.” There was also an incident where he came to work panicked because he said he accidentally used his company credit card at a strip club.

He sent me to retrieve it and pay his tab with cash, but the address he sent me to was actually a massage parlor.

I am his assistant, so I know about all his visitors and his schedule.

He is married, but he often has visits from two different women, and he outright told me to never tell his wife about them.

She then explained that she became romantically involved with Alex not knowing his marital status, but that she’d found out on her own a while back and chose to continue the relationship.

As gracefully as anyone can in these circumstances, she admitted that while it sounds awful, the awkward truth is that she and Alex are still involved…in an affair.

The service means actions, activity, engagement -- doing something that needs to be done and that helps the community or a cause.

Community service as a requirement of graduation from school is a practice that comes from the idea that young people should understand that they have obligations as citizens or residents of an area to be a part of the community: to know at least some of its challenges and strengths and to be able to work with others in supporting initiatives that are addressing those challenges or building up those strengths.

After my letter was published, the story took a strange twist…Somehow, I’d missed your email response that my letter was being published, so I was quite surprised when I stumbled onto your site to find it!