Name: If you don’t know it than it is what it is Provenance: Seattle, Washington Profession: Clinical Social Worker, author, and artist Bon Fides: B.A. in Sociology concentrated in Gender and Sexuality from Georgia State University, Masters in Public Administration from Strayer University, and A Masters in Clinical Social Work from University of Georgia. Has written for Body and Soul, Bon Appettit, Glamour, Ebony, Jet Magazine, Marie Claire, The New York Times, Outside, Psychology Today, and the Journal. Reading: Think Like a Man . . . by Steve Harvey Dream subjects: Interviewing. I would love to interview JLo, Sarah Palin, Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton, Miss Piggy, Chelsea Lately. Dinner Party: We have a dinner club. Each month a different house. 12 members and 12 houses. I just made a lobster pot pie.
I’ve been wondering about things kn my life, especially know that k am turning thirty in less than a year. Like will I get a non customer service job? Will I ever move out of my mothers house? Will I ever feel like a “grown-up”? Will I ever get married?
This is the first and probably last week that I worked 40 hours at a job. Tomorrow will make forty hours this week. I see now why there aren’t but two full-time cashiers, no one in their right mind could function as a cashier for 40 hours. I am exhausted and looking forward to doing something more than sleeping and working.
A customer called my co worker a crack head B—-h. Which is crazy because this girl is one of the sweetest cashiers I’ve ever worked with. She has an even temper ninety percent of the time. The customer had to be ushered out the store and they called the cashier into the office, like she did something wrong. I wanted to talk to her, maybe consol her but I it just didn’t seem right.
figuring out money woes
planning my own Harry Potter marathon
looking forward to purchasing food I want to eat. They have a great sale on diet dr. pepper. I want to purchase fancy popcorn for my marathon. More pancakes and creamer too.
I feel if I can get through July I can make it to the home stretch