one good day
Thursday, May 08, 2014
hope i am not jinxing myself but I finally had one day at my gas station job where i didn't have someone yell at me when i refused to sell them alcohol (NEVER would i have thought I would be so glad to have been raised in a dry county).
I am a great target, it turns out, for ticked off alcoholics to come in and attempt to buy alcohol from, and get turned down. If you work in an establishment that has the responsibility of selling alcohol/tobacco you probably know how serious the fines and penalties can be if you sell to someone without ID, improper ID, under the influence (anyone you shouldn't sell to), and it may make me extra UNCOOL to refuse sale to someone I don't think I should sell to but, although I don't LOVE my stupid gas station job I do have it because I need the money NOT for my deep love of wearing a dmn uniform shirt and name tag, I don't want to lose my stupid job AND pay some HUGE fine so that I can be COOL.
Wasn't COOL is high school, wasn't really COOL in college (but it was better than high school), don't really need to be COOL in my thirties trying to keep my stupid gas station job. Have I mentioned I think my job is STUPID, I could use more colorful words but unfortunately Spark censors me. FREE SPEECH!
SO, point being I managed to eek ONE good day from the gas station, I hope I haven't bound myself to having a terrible one today, since I am heading to my STUPID job in just a couple hours, but hopefully it won't be terrible and I will come home and do a beautifully painful ab workout, and hopefully have enough energy for a cardio workout too, and re-adjust my sleep schedule again for my overnighter weekend shifts.
*** someone really should do some extensive research in how to stay healthy working overnights. My sleep schedule is so fracked, and I miss the sun, and I don't know when I should be working out... they say not to workout right before bed, but "before bed" for me is sometime between midnight and 8 a.m. depending on the day of the week, and i workout BEFORE an overnight shift I am EXHAUSTED before I get out of my shift...oy.