:: Three "Crisp Kringle" chocolate things. See here.
:: A nutcracker doll thing.
:: The real clincher - a set of three shot glasses.
She knows I don't drink. If I wasn't so worried about being ungrateful, I'd ask her just what the hell she was thinking next time I see her. I mean, what am I supposed to do with them? If I leave them around here, I'm going to get in trouble, because then Mom and Dad will think I'm actually using them, but throwing them out seems like a waste, and I can't be bothered to find someone else to give them to.
I suppose this year's stuff is better than what we got last year. From what I remember, we each got a mug filled with candy, as well as a candy cane thing filled with even more candy. I have my own use for the top part of the candy cane (you don't want to know), but otherwise, it's just like, why? If I had the choice of something to do for a Christmas party, I'd have everyone chip in $10, close the store early, order pizza, and have a party in the dining room. That, to me, seems much more warm and friendly, but of course, everyone likes different things.
So anyways, work tonight was decent. For once, I walked in to find everything except dishes and torts done, which was a feat in itself, seeing as line was bagged, and Shelia was still working. Normally she doesn't allow that to be done at all. Other than Josh taking off at 7, and leaving me with two family packs on my board, and a longer than usual 11:00 rush, the night went pretty well.
When I got home, I played Twilight Princess some more, and I just got the Master Sword, so for now, I think I'm going to go play it some more.
Oh, and before I forget, tomorrow's schedule is screwed up once again. On Monday, the day that's usually the least-busiest out of the whole week, they have 13 people working throughout the day. I was telling Glenda that they need to take 6 or 7 of those people and put them on Friday and Saturday nights. Lord knows that's never going to happen though.