Friday, June 22, 2007

Life, in fast forward

That's what life feels like these days, FAST FORWARD! Can't believe June is so far gone already. Never-enough-time. Today I need to spend a couple of hours cleaning before I got to work. Marty's folks are dropping by on Sunday then Monday my dear friend Patty is coming to visit for a couple of days. Nothing like company to MAKE me clean. The poor house has really suffered since I'm living at Wally world 40 hours a week. I think I might have to break down and hire someone to come and do the basics every couple of weeks. I've put off doing that thinking that with time I would be able to juggle everything........it just ain't happenin'. So for my peace of mind it's time to call in the pros. Maybe I'll have time to do some creating too.

I think I've settled in at work (those may be famous last words, knock on wood, etc...). I'm understanding the rules of apparel, yes there are rules. What you can hang on racks together, where George goes, what kind of signs go where, there are rules for everything.
I'll never understand why people feel the need to RIP open packs of socks and underwear though. Most packs have nice little slits at the bottom of the package where you can gently pull the underwear out. I'll also never understand how soooooooo many people feel that stealing is an okay thing to do. Working close to the shoe dept. has been an eye opener in that respect. Who knew so many things could be hidden in a box of shoes, including the old pair of shoes that said customers exchange for a new pair, the old pair getting left in the box.
Today I also have to do payroll so I better get those pay checks out. My day to rail at the excess of government spending. Then off to clean the house, water the plants and go make sure middle class Americans in middle America have quality clothes to wear.

2 comments:

michelle said...

Glad to hear you're surviving, though I can understand why your house isn't. Even at my 20 hours, my house suffers.
Hope to catch you at the next crop!
Love
Michelle

Menora said...

Good post.