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Leave it to Josh

During a slow half hour or so at work tonight, he and I were sitting out in the dining room, and out of nowhere, he says "So Teresa's thinking of hooking me up with her sister..."

That's good to hear. It came as a bit of a surprise, but whatever. What came next was completely unwarranted. He told me (once again) that it's time I started looking, to which I just said "Hah". Then he went on to ask me if I was even interested in looking. There's a reason I disposed of that phone number they got from a customer in drive through a long while ago, and also why, whenever they're ogling over some "hot chick" that's at the window, I just continue with whatever I'm doing. I've already gone over the full details in other entries in here, so forget about explaining things again, but it's just... we've been friends since grade 6, Josh. I know for a fact you aren't that oblivious either.

So suffice to say, tonight was fun. Michelle was supposed to close, but had to leave at 10 due to what we'll say are family matters (I forget who exactly, but she said someone "else" had died), leaving us with 4 people, which wasn't all that bad, I guess. Mark also gave his two weeks notice, so he'll be gone soon enough, and as best as I can tell, Steve's next in line to become a manager. Josh was going through the works with him tonight (taking off / changing and counting tills, labor, counts, etc.), but ultimately it's Earl's decision, which is honestly laughable. He's already been given a code to the safe, so it's pretty much a foregone conclusion.

Closers tomorrow are Manoah, Michelle, and me, so I can say just about for certain that I'll be on drive through. Strangely though, Shelia's the only one there in the morning 'till 11. My mind's still made up that if her close goes badly because of it, it's her own fault, because she made the schedule in the first place, but like Josh pointed out earlier tonight, she was also the one who originally had Mark closing by himself on Thursday.

Ugh. At times I wish I could just go there for my scheduled shifts, do my work, and go home. No joking around or talking with anyone unless it was work-related. I don't mind making small talk with someone if we're taking our breaks together or something, but outside of that, no.

Don't particularly feel like writing anything else (it's sort of disturbing, actually - all I feel like doing is going upstairs, doing a bit more on Turnabout Beginnings, and going to bed), so that's it for now.

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