Apparently she was sitting in Naomi's spot, and also, according to her (Naomi), had no business being in the room while "her show" was on. Most of the time, things she does or says can just be brushed off, but sometimes her self-importance is just amazing. But luckily, there's one quick solution to just about any problem she might cause, that being what I already talked about doing in my entry below :3
I was laying down beside my bed when it started. Yes, beside. Glanced over to the right, and noticed that my door was open, and I always sleep with my door closed (and locked, now that I have a lock on there), so of course, I got up to close and lock it. About halfway through turning the thing, it started going back the other way (as if someone had a key and was unlocking it from the outside), then the door opened, and this sort of shadowy figure (as cliché as it is) walked in, and I woke up, not shivering (it's sort of hard to describe), but rather with this slightly painful tingling going through my arms and chest. Like the feeling you get where your hand or arm or foot or whatever falls asleep, and then you move it :p
And now they (Mom and Naomi) have just gone out to get groceries. If only Adam wasn't here, I might actually be able to get out on the 360, because since playing it and posting in that thread in furry_gamers last night, I've come up with one more idea that might help me get through the intro of "Through the Fire and the Flames". Probably when I get home from work tonight or something~
Speaking of which, one other irritating thing that Josh brought up Tuesday night. He opened a little while back with Alain. Karry was there too, on front cash, like she usually is, and was done at 1:30. Alain, who normally counts her till, went to the bank or something at 1, leaving Josh to have to count it instead. When he got back, the two of them got into quite an argument about it, and how he (Alain) *always* counts Karry's till and such. According to Josh, he can get him fired for doing that.
Then, at the end of the night (on Tuesday), Josh was outside scraping ice off his windshield and windows, and I'd just finished mopping inside, so I went to the back door to see if he was almost finished. What did he ask? "Can you set the alarm?" So which is worse here, Josh. Getting someone fired over a dispute that could've easily been solved by explaining why you counted the till off, or telling me your alarm code (for the third time), when I, as a regular employee, should not even be thinking about it. I know they're two separate things, really, but the hypocrisy...
And as a last thing, I've also received an email that I'm going to wait 'till tomorrow to act on, just in case that item should miraculously show up (for what it's worth, they're offering to ship another one out to me, but I'd hate to take advantage of them like that :\)
Anyways, more Knytt Stories 'till they get back from grocery shopping, and we have to bring everything in~