Unfortunately, given that cookie-baking usually takes a couple hours when I make more than one batch (and that's exactly what I plan to do tonight, because I'd like to make some for myself as well), and assuming I get home from work exactly at, if not before 4am, I'll still be up until roughly the same time as last night. Sure, I could've taken care of this yesterday night, but given that I forgot to bring my wallet when we went grocery shopping, buying chocolate chips at Real Canadian Superstore wasn't exactly viable, and I didn't think of going out to Sobeys, although that probably would've worked. So no, I just have another full night in store, possibly even moreso considering I close with Manoah and James, and after my last shift with them, I'm definitely taking a different approach to things. James isn't a part of this yet, but where Manoah is concerned, if I end up seeming hostile and closed-off and like I don't want to talk, then those assumptions won't be too far off. If he really wants people to come to him when they have a problem with what he's doing, then I would be more than happy to oblige, but at the same time, I honestly don't know what is and isn't acceptable to complain about, even under those circumstances, and because it would be easier to keep my mouth shut and do my work in the meantime, that's exactly what I intend to do. Frustrating thing is how past experiences have shown that forced silence with the intent to make things go more smoothly tends to create even more tension once the other person asks why you're being so quiet, but he (Manoah) has me on his MSN list, and text is vastly easier to use compared to speech.
I need to leave now though, if I'm to go out to Food Basics before work, so hopefully it's a fairly decent night, and at least I shouldn't have to worry about getting tired. Unless it's from too much sleep, but I can't say I notice anything yet~