Nov 25, 2008

Not to belabor this new baby thing, but you have to admit that these are a couple of good-looking gals. This run up to Thanksgiving is starting to be a pain in the butt, work-wise. I had to work noon to six on Monday, my normal day off and tomorrow night I have to stay until seven. The store closes at six, but we have to make sure all the special deals are out on the floor for the big Friday sale. I have to work Friday, which is inhumane if you ask me. At least I don't work until noon and by then the crazed mobs will have picked us clean and the store will be relatively quiet. According to those who know, there will be fifty people waiting outside when the doors open at seven. Who stakes out a hardware store? Just before closing tonight, I was making a key for a young guy, when the manager came over and joined us. I sensed something bad was happening. Manager: Is that all sir? Guy: Yes Manager: You can pay for the key and the stuff you put in you pockets at the front register. Guy: Uh.....no problem. That was uncomfortable. And the guy from the window place came and replaced my truck window today. I was telling him how it happened and he said he sees it all the time. Sad. 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

9 comments:

Squirrel said...

Nice pic of the ladies. extra little reason to celebrate this Thanksgiving.

Crappy that you have to work on Black FridaY, though.
Where do you eat lunch at work? do they have a decent area? microwave? Do they give you a decent amount of time to relax and eat?

Annie Ha said...

It is inhumane. I think I'll write some Amnesty Int'l letters about it.

Megan said...

That's a fabulous picture. Remember what Melanie Wilkes says, "The best days are when babies come."

Sorry you have to go in on Friday. Hope it goes by fast!

Julia said...

Please tell Mrs. Sneed I think her hair is very cute.

Anonymous said...

Let's face it, Mrs. Sneed is a babe. cuddling a brand new babe. Merle did good when he was choosing a wife.

Karen said...

What a beautiful picture! (BTW, I bet when the new granddaughter is old enough and begs you to take her to DisneyWorld, you'll do it...)

Nan Patience said...

Mrs. Sneed is holding that baby in such a loving, sweet way. That baby girl is one lucky baby girl.

bella rum said...

I would belabor this new-baby-thing as long as possible. Beautiful photo.

Coffee Messiah said...

Nice photo......

Fascinating stories you have at work.

Cheers to ya'll ; )