I'm glad I don't work on Saturday either, because it's apparently Erin, Steve, and then just people coming down from Windsor :o They are going to be screwed. Seriously, whoever's in charge of the store hours and whatnot really needs to sit down with the managers / general managers, and discuss the option of having the choice to just close the store early in that sort of situation. Like last night. What if I'd said no? Well, actually, in that case, Jerome would've stayed to close, but he would've ended up working a 14 hour shift because of that, but my point still stands. Although it's extremely rare, there is always the chance that something will happen so that you're left with only one or two people to run the store, when you couldn't possibly do such a thing. It probably wouldn't get used once a month, let alone once a year, but as long as that option is still there in case of an emergency is what matters.
So anyways, I think I'm just going to sleep in on Saturday. If someone ends up stopping by the house (I can't help but think of Shelia) to find out why I'm not there, then I'll have no choice but to head out, but if I just get a call or something asking what's the matter, I can simply say that I was too tired. It's not as if anyone is really at liberty to get after me for not showing up either. I paid the $20, so the logical assumption is that I will be there, but it's not as if I can get in trouble for not going. Well, I can see getting yelled at about "So if you weren't planning on going, then why did you pay? You could've worked!", but provided that happens, we'll worry about it then.
5 minutes to go. At least according to the clock on this computer. I don't know where Josh plans on going for lunch, but it'd better just be Tim Hortons or something. I still would like to know why his grandpa's going to be there as well. That's the main thing I don't like. Is it his birthday as well or something? I hope I'm not going to be expected to tag along for the rest of the afternoon either. It seems on some sort of level that he thinks that, because I'm his friend, I share the exact same interests as him, and as such, I won't have a problem with him taking me out for lunch with his grandpa, but in truth, it's quite the opposite. I'm almost disturbed to think that he sees this as something I'd probably like, but, well, what can you do?
Anyways, it's 12 now, so I'm going to end this here. I know I am thinking of things in a worst-case-scenario point of view, so hopefully this won't go that badly.