How does a four-year-old convince the bartender that he is twenty-three? That's his lawyer on the left.
It was back to work today, with the usual scheduling mishap. This is becoming a daily occurrence in my life. I forgot that I had traded hours with another employee today and I showed up two and one-half hours early for work. At least I wasn't late.
Good news on the work front. The boss has put me on a regular schedule. I'm going to be working six-hour days Tuesday and Wednesday and all day on Friday and Saturday. Not too bad from a work stand point and nearly idiot-proof.
Speaking of mistakes, I was talking to one of the younger guys at bowling last night and he was telling me that he got a $600 per month raise this week. Unfortunately, he went out today and spent the raise on a new car, at least the next sixty months of the raise. He had a very good reason to buy it though. They needed a nicer car. Well, okay then.
I remember doing the same kind of things. I guess it is part of learning that you don't have to spend every dime you make, as soon as you make it, to be happy.
Things in this blog represented to be fact, may or may not actually be true. The writer is frequently wrong, sometimes just full of it, but always judgmental and cranky