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Once Again

Of all the inopportune times. I was just sitting here around 8:30, when I started to feel really tired, so after some deliberation, I decided I'd head to bed, but I ended up jumping in the shower first. After I was finished there, I went to sit in my room for a bit, then noticed I wasn't as tired anymore, so I got some pants on, and went back downstairs. Skip ahead to about 10:30. I'm just turning off the monitor, and getting ready to actually go to bed, and the phone rings. At first I was hoping it was someone for Naomi, but as it would turn out, Glenda was calling. Wanted me to come in, on the condition that I'd just be cleaning. Yeah. Originally I said yes, but now I'm regretting it. All I did was rotated torts, took a couple of orders at front cash, made up a tray of sour cream, and cleaned the dining room. What's more is that tonight was the night that Jerome took for me, because I took his shift tomorrow.

Now I'm just hoping tomorrow won't go too badly. It's me, Kevin, Amy, and Sarah working, so I can see me being on drive through, Amy and Kevin on line, and Sarah doing her manager work and whatever else needs to be done. Tomorrow is payday for pretty much everyone though, so there's a chance we will be busy, but thinking back on our past couple Thursdays, we've been pretty much dead for most of the night, so I'm confident tomorrow will be the same. It'd better be, considering that if we are busy, it'll screw me over for getting a good place in line at EB Games.

If I'd known this was going to happen I never would've agreed to take Jerome's shift but it's too late to change that now.

Work itself is really getting to suck lately. Just to name a few people, Amy, Jerome, and Kevin all will be leaving if their plans work out, and I'm sure other people will follow them.

Well whatever. No sense worrying about all this at once, and as I've learned from my past experiences, stressing about something will only make what I don't want that much more likely to happen.